U.S. Ruling to Impose Duties on Chinese Oil Pipes
By staff reporter Li Zengxin
(.com.cn) The U.S. Department of Commerce on Sept. 9 issued a preliminary ruling, imposing anti-subsidy duties of up to 31 percent on imports of Chinese pipes used in gas and oil wells.
In an emailed statement, the department said it will announce a final decision in early November, after which the case will be reviewed by the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC).
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