US anti-dumping verdict on Oman pipe exports due in October
- Oman: Sunday, September 16 - 2012 at 11:05
Oman's Al Jazeera Steel has said the US Department of Commerce is set to announce on October 15 the final verdict on its anti-dumping investigation on steel-pipe imports from the Sultanate, Muscat Daily has reported. "In case duties fall below two per cent the entire proceedings are dismissed. If not, the International Trade Commission (ITC) will hear the case on October 17 and may question a few associates and officers of our company," the company said in a filing to the Muscat Securities Market. "The US is quite a significant market for us. Our export volumes to the US totalled 36,000 tonnes in 2011 and we continue to do well this year as well," the firm said.
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