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USCIT orders USDOC to explain rejection of JSW Steel’s tariff exclusion request

11 Aug 2020 13:17 reported by Joy Liu

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The US Court of International Trade (USCIT) has ordered the US Department of Commerce (USDOC) to further explain why JSW Steel USA’s request for the exclusion of 25% Section 232 tariffs on steel slabs was rejected.

JSW Steel USA submitted a tariff exemption request of 12 items to the USDOC in April and June 2018 in order to import steel slabs from its Indian parent company and ArcelorMittal Mexico with zero import tariffs.

However, U.S. Steel, AK Steel, and Nucor, the three US domestic producers, rejected JSW's request on the grounds that the US could supply this kind of product with sufficient production capacity.

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