Stainless Clad Steel Plate from Japan: Determination of the Commission in Investigation No. 731-TA-50 (preliminary) Under the Tariff Act of 1930, Together with the Information Obtained in the Investigation
U.S. International Trade Commission, 1981 - Stainless steel - 46 pages
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apparent U.S. consumption Average hourly wages bidder bids won bonded capacity utilization clad steel plate cladding material Coatesville competing competition Compiled from data contract awards data submitted domestic industry domestic producers domestic shipments Du Pont excluding fringe benefits explosion—bond exports factors fair value gross profit H xxx H imports from Japan imports of stainless increase International Trade Commission investigation January—June 1981 January—September 1981 Japan Steel less than fair LTFV Lukens Steel Lukens Steel Co Lynn Featherstone market for stainless material injury million pounds operating profit percent in 1978 petition plate from Japan Pont producers and importers production and related production of stainless reasonable indication response to questionnaires roll—bond producers sold specifications stainless clad steel steel plate producers submitted in response supplier supply stainless clad U.S. imports U.S. International Trade U.S. market U.S. producers umz H unit value Wages paid wdom xxx H xxx