US Commerce Department initiates trade probe on pipe from 6 nations

The United States Commerce Department has initiated an investigation into alleged dumping and subsidization of large-diameter welded steel pipe imports from six nations.

The anti-dumping investigation involves imports of pipe from Canada, China, Greece, India, South Korea and Turkey, Commerce said on Tuesday February 13.
The case covers welded carbon and alloy steel pipe in sizes exceeding 16 inches in outside diameter for energy, structural or piling applications. Categories include American Petroleum Institute grades plus A500, A252 and A53, Commerce said in an accompanying fact sheet.

In January, the American Line Pipe Producers Association petitioned the department to investigate dumping and subsidies of large-diameter line...

Published

Dom Yanchunas

February 13, 2018

22:15 GMT

New York