March 2, 2016
Partner Paul Rosenthal was featured in the American Metal Market article “Steel Cheers, Sees Higher Duty Margins Ahead.” The article notes that high preliminary anti-dumping margins levied against imports of cold-rolled, flat-rolled steel from China may bode well for margins in other cases. Paul, counsel to U.S. producer ArcelorMittal, said, “We think they will be helpful in restoring fair-trade practices in the U.S. market. And we expect the margins will be higher when the final determinations are complete. That’s because preliminary determinations are often based on information supplied by foreign producers, and margins tend to move higher in the final stage after Commerce has a chance to verify the data,” he said.
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