DOC Preliminarily Finds Indian Forged Steel Fittings Are Unfairly Subsidized
The U.S. Department of Commerce ("Commerce") today announced that it has preliminarily determined that forged steel fittings from India are unfairly subsidized.
Commerce preliminarily calculated subsidy rates ranging from 2.65% to 284.91% for Indian producers of forged steel fittings.
The U.S. International Trade Commission (“USITC”) found a reasonable indication that the U.S. industry producing forged steel fittings is threatened with material injury by subject imports on December 6, 2019. If the USITC votes in the affirmative in the final phase of its investigation and Commerce continues to find countervailable subsidies in its final determinations, Commerce will issue a countervailing duty order.
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