Industry and Trade Summary: Stainless Steel Mill Products

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DIANE Publishing, Oct 1, 1995 - 42 pages
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Examines the stainless steel mill products industry from 1989 to 1993. Covers the U.S. industry profile and foreign industry profile, U.S. trade measures, foreign trade measures, the U.S. market and foreign markets, and the U.S. trade balance. Appendixes contain: glossary, stainless steel mill producers, and an explanation of tariff and trade agreement terms. Figures and tables.
 

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