Aside from unfair trade rulings for standard pipe, Wheatland Tube Co. President Bill Kerins has asked U.S. trade officials to find injury from China on oil-country tubular goods.
Aside from unfair trade rulings for standard pipe, Wheatland Tube Co. President Bill Kerins has asked U.S. trade officials to find injury from China on oil-country tubular goods. Kevin G. Hall / MCT
Aside from unfair trade rulings for standard pipe, Wheatland Tube Co. President Bill Kerins has asked U.S. trade officials to find injury from China on oil-country tubular goods. Kevin G. Hall / MCT

Commerce Department: China dumped cheap steel in U.S.

April 09, 2010 08:18 PM

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