The Effects of restraining U.S. steel imports on the exports of selected steel-consuming industries: report on investigation no. 332-214 under section 332 of the Tariff Act of 1930
U.S. International Trade Commission, 1985 - Technology & Engineering - 132 pages
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apparent consumption Arrangement products ball and roller Bethlehem Steel Corporation carbon steel Cold-rolled competitive construction machinery countervailing duty decline Department of Commerce dollar EC Arrangement EC exports EC share ECSC effect estimated exchange rate export ceiling exports of steel-consuming fabricated metal foreign foreign trade zones import restraint program imported steel industry input-output industry International Trade Commission machinery and equipment manufacturing million tons percent real depreciation period petitions pipes and tubes Prehearing Brief price of steel quota steel reexport credit reviewed in greater roller bearings sector semifinished steel share of apparent sheet and strip shipments short tons Steel Corporation steel import restraint steel industry steel mill imports steel mill products steel pipes steel purchases steel-consuming industries substantial transformation Table total U.S. trade diversion TSUSA U.S. Customs Service U.S. Department U.S. exports U.S. market U.S. producers U.S. steel United Kingdom VRA's weighted-average price West Germany