Refractory dumping: who suffers?

By Jessica Roberts
Published: Monday, 27 September 2010

The decision to place antidumping and countervailing duties on US imports of Chinese magnesia carbon bricks has divided opinion in the USA’s refractories and steel industries, sources have told IM, as steel producers face increased refractory costs.



Magnesia carbon bricks stacked ready
for transport from Haicheng, Liaoning,
China


The decision to place antidumping and countervailing duties on US imports of Chinese magnesia carbon bricks has divided opinion in the USA’s refractories and steel industries, sources have told IM, as steel producers face increased refractory costs.

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