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ITC determinations, large-diameter welded pipe from Canada, Greece, Korea, Turkey

ITC determinations, large-diameter welded pipe

The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) announced its findings in the antidumping and countervailing duty investigations concerning large-diameter welded (LDW) pipe imported from Canada, Greece, Korea, and Turkey.

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The U.S. Commerce Department previously determined that the subject LDW pipe was being sold in the United States at less than fair value and subsidized by the governments of Korea and Turkey.

As noted in the ITC release:

  • The ITC made affirmative determinations with respect to the antidumping duty investigations of line pipe from Canada, Greece, Korea, and Turkey and of structural pipe from Canada, Korea, and Turkey.
  • The ITC made affirmative determinations with respect to the countervailing duty investigation of line pipe from Korea and of structural pipe from Korea and Turkey.
  • The ITC voted to terminate the countervailing duty investigations of line pipe from Turkey and of structural pipe from Greece.
  • The ITC made negative determinations with respect to the antidumping duty investigations of stainless steel pipe from Canada and Korea, and with respect to the countervailing duty investigation of stainless steel pipe from Korea.
  • The ITC voted to terminate the antidumping duty investigations of stainless steel pipe from Greece and Turkey and the countervailing duty investigation of stainless steel pipe from Turkey.

 

As a result of the ITC’s affirmative determinations, Commerce will issue:

  • Antidumping duty orders on imports of LDW carbon and alloy steel line pipe from Canada, Greece, Korea, and Turkey
  • A countervailing duty order on imports of LDW carbon and alloy steel line pipe from Korea
  • Antidumping duty orders on imports of LDW carbon and alloy steel structural pipe from Canada, Korea, and Turkey
  • A countervailing duty order on imports of LDW carbon and alloy steel structural pipe from Korea and Turkey

 

For more information on this topic or to learn more about KPMG’s Trade & Customs Services, contact:

Doug Zuvich
Partner and Global Practice Leader
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John L. McLoughlin
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Andy Siciliano
Partner and National Practice Leader
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E: asiciliano@kpmg.com

Luis (Lou) Abad
Principal, Washington National Tax
T: 212-954-3094
E: labad@kpmg.com

Irina Vaysfeld
Principal
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E: ivaysfeld@kpmg.com

Amie Ahanchian
Managing Director
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Robert Waldrop
Principal
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Gisele Belotto
Managing Director
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E: gbelotto@kpmg.com

Christopher Young
Principal
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E: christopheryoung@kpmg.com

Andy Doornaert
Managing Director
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E: adoornaert@kpmg.com

George Zaharatos
Principal
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E: gzaharatos@kpmg.com

Jessica Libby
Managing Director
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E: jlibby@kpmg.com

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