China dumping silica bricks into US market, will be fined

By Siobhan Lismore-Scott
Published: Thursday, 05 December 2013

US Department of Commerce finds China’s New Century guilty of dumping refractory bricks

The US Dept of Commerce has accused China of dumping refractory (silica) bricks and shapes.


The accusation follows an investigation, which was started in November 2012, after the Dept. received an antidumping petition from Utah Refractories Corp. Inc.


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