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Steel cylinders from India face US import duties

Written by Laura Miller

Non-refillable steel cylinder imports from India are subject to new antidumping and countervailing duties (AD/CVD).

The US International Trade Commission (ITC) made its final injury determination in a trade case on Thursday, voting unanimously that the US industry is being injured by the unfairly traded imports.

As a result of the ITC’s decision, AD and CVDs will now be collected on the Indian-origin products coming to the US.

Last month, the US Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration (ITA) made its final determinations in the case. It determined weighted-average dumping margins of 0-6.27% and subsidy rates of 2.26-2.38%.

Worthington Industries was the petitioner in this case. The company completed its planned split last year into manufacturer Worthington Enterprises and processor group Worthington Steel. Worthington Enterprises’ Building Products group is now responsible for producing a variety of steel cylinders.

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