CONFIDENTIAL

Monthly AD / CVD Reports on Steel Products – Resumption of Reports

Dear AIIS Members:

We hope that you and your families are well.

We are resuming our monthly reports on the status of U.S. antidumping (AD) and countervailing duty (CVD) investigations, orders, administrative reviews, sunset reviews, and suspension agreements on steel products.   

Attached are the monthly reports for July 31, 2020.  We will post the August 31, 2020 reports in early September.

We note that, since our previous report in February, there have been an extraordinary number of changes to existing orders as well as many new AD and CVD cases have been filed.  We are conducting a careful and comprehensive review of all of these changes in order to confirm that the July 31 reports are complete and correct.  If we find any errors in the reports during this review, we will notify you immediately.  

The reports are organized by country and by product.  The AD and CVD rates which appear in these reports are the current deposit rates in effect, which may be changed retroactively as the result of subsequent administrative reviews by the U.S. Department of Commerce.  We have noted those orders which are currently undergoing administrative reviews.

In addition, please note that, in those cases where there are both AD and CVD orders against the same product from a particular country, the AD deposit rate may be adjusted if part or all of the CVD margin is attributed to export subsidies.  You should contact us if you have any questions about the applicable AD deposit rate in such cases.

We strongly recommend that you contact us whenever you intend to rely on the information in these reports, and in particular the deposit rates and the status of any administrative reviews, so that we can confirm the information’s accuracy from the most current and authoritative sources.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about the reports or the status of individual cases.

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