The U.S. International Trade Commission has decided to retain anti-dumping duty orders on hot-rolled steel from Japan, Brazil and Russia, despite pressure from auto makers and suppliers for a repeal. A board of eight commissioners voted by a 6-2 margin to keep the 5-year-old duties intact following testimony from certain auto makers and suppliers arguing the measure is artificially inflating the price of steel. U.S. steel companies countered by accusing steel importers of dumping ...

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