US Commerce Department again delays final ruling on steel from Vietnam

Final rulings in the US duty-circumvention cases against Vietnamese cold-rolled and coated flat-rolled steel have again been delayed by the US Commerce Department, which cited the Vietnamese New Year and additional time needed to complete verifications.

The new deadline for a final decision is Wednesday April 25, Commerce said on February 15. The initial date for a final ruling had been February 16, which was then pushed back until February 21 due to a US federal government shutdown from January 20-22. Commerce’s Enforcement and Compliance division, which is processing the circumvention cases, was closed during the shutdown. “At the time of the shutdown, Commerce was in the...

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Millicent Dent

February 21, 2018

21:51 GMT

New York