Steel News

We strive to let you one step ahead of the market.

US may impose AD duties on steel pipes from 5 countries

22 Aug 2018 15:12 reported by Susan Ni

A A A
It was reported the US Department of Commerce (USDOC) just announced to impose preliminary anti-dumping duties on large diameter welded steel pipes from Canada, Greece, India, South Korea and Turkey, with rates ranging from 3.5% to 13.26%.

The USDOC will make a final decision on India around November 6th, and that for Canada, Greece, South Korea and Turkey was around January 3rd.

According to the USDOC, imports of large diameter welded steel pipes from Canada, China, Greece, India, South Korea and Turkey last year were US$179.9 million, US$29.2 million, US$10.7 million, US$294.7 million, US$150.9 million, and $57.3 million, respectively.

Back to Steel News

Related News

Taiwan’s wire rod market to keep low level until Q2 2023

  • Long product
  • 5 Oct 2022 16:37

China’s section-beam demand in Sep increases, but prices still fluctuate

  • Long product
  • 5 Oct 2022 16:03

US’ mechanical tube exports rise in Jul y-o-y

  • Long product
  • 5 Oct 2022 15:12

ArcelorMittal Barra Mansa to install new rolling mill & reheating furnace for long products

  • Long product
  • 4 Oct 2022 16:23

European steel rerollers: EU sanctions on Russian semi-finished products to put European rerolling business at risk

  • Long product
  • 3 Oct 2022 15:25

Metal Price Index

Learn more

LME Official Bid Price

  • Zinc
  • 3,026.00
  • 2,999.00
  • Aluminum
  • 2,288.00
  • 2,297.00
  • Copper
  • 7,660.00
  • 7,605.00
  • Nickel
  • 22,225.00
  • 22,200.00

Learn more

Coil Exchange Center

  • 2B Coil-Nov
  • 3,180
  • 3,040
  • NO1 Coil-Nov
  • 3,150
  • 3,010
  • 2B Coil-Nov
  • 3,180
  • 3,040
  • NO1 Coil-Nov
  • 3,150
  • 3,010

Learn more