Welded Carbon Steel Pipes and Tubes from Brazil, France, Italy, the Republic of Korea, and West Germany: Determinations of the Commission in Investigations Nos. 701-TA-165 Through 169 (preliminary) Under the Tariff Act of 1930, Together with the Information Obtained in the Investigations
U.S. International Trade Commission, 1982 - Pipe - 77 pages
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accounted bounties or grants Brazil capacity to produce capacity utilization carbon steel pipes Commission's Compiled from data constitute subsidies countervailing duty investigation data submitted decreased diameter welded carbon domestic industry domestic producers exports France imports from Italy imports of small-diameter Initiation of Countervailing International Trade Administration International Trade Commission Italy January-March 1982 Korean production large-diameter pipes large-diameter welded carbon line pipe line welded carbon manufacturers materially injured million tons oil country tubular percent in 1981 percent in January-March percent of U.S. petition pipeline pipes and tubes presented are defined reasonable indication reported response to questionnaires seamless shipments in 1981 short tons small diameter welded small-diameter and large-diameter small-diameter pipes small-diameter welded carbon specifications steel products Total TSUSA items tubes increased tubes under investigation U.S. consumption U.S. Department U.S. industry U.S. International Trade U.S. producers U.S. Steel welded carbon steel welded pipes welded steel pipes West Germany