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February 19, 2014
08:24 EDTNWPX, X, STLD, AKSU.S. Steel disappointed Korea escapes pipe-dumping duties, Tribune-Review says
The Department of Commerce did not impose anti-dumping duties on oil and natural gas pipe products from South Korea in a trade case filed by U.S. Steel (X) and other producers, reported The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Commerce's preliminary decision imposes high duties only on India, and small levies on other nations, though Korea is the largest exporter among nine nations targeted. A U.S. Steel spokeswoman said, “We are disappointed by the preliminary determinations at the Department of Commerce and by its failure to deal with important issues at this stage of the investigations. Having said that, the determinations do confirm the existence of large-scale dumping in this market — something that has caused extensive injury to the domestic industry. When all of the facts come to light, we are confident that we will prevail with respect to all countries and exporters in the final determinations.” Shares of Northwest Pipe (NWPX), which manufacturers high-pressure steel pipeline systems, are down 1.25% in pre-market trading, while shares of U.S. Steel are down 3.9% and AK Steel (AKS) shares are down 1.5%. Another U.S. steelmaker is Steel Dynamics (STLD).
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