American Metal Market
AMM
July 29, 2014
By Daniel Fitzgerald

FeSi decision unlikely to affect prices

NEW YORK - The Commerce Department's decision not to impose anti-dumping duties on U.S. imports of Russian ferrosilicon is not expected to impact the domestic market until 2015 contract negotiations begin later this year, market participants said.

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American Metal Market
AMM
July 28, 2014
By Daniel Fitzgerald

Russian ferrosilicon escapes duties in US clumping case

NEW YORK - U.S. imports of Russian ferrosilicon have escaped anti-dumping duties after the Commerce Department confirmed its preliminary negative ruling, but Venezuelan shipments will face duties of more than 20 percent.

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Reuters
July 25, 2014
By Krista Hughes

U.S. sets duties on ferrosilicon from Venezuela, not Russia

The U.S. Department of Commerce on Friday confirmed final import duties on ferrosilicon from Venezuela and found no dumping of products from Russia, upholding an earlier decision.

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Platts
July 25, 2014
By Anthony Poole

Russian FeSi escapes US duties; Venezuela set for 22.84%

Russian ferrosilicon producer RFA International has escaped the imposition of US antidumping duties on ferrosilicon after the Department of Commerce awarded the company a zero percent dumping margin in its final determination of alleged dumping of the ferroalloy in the US.

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American Metal Market
AMM
July 23, 2014
By Daniel Fitzgerald

Schumer backs US ferrosilicon firms

NEW YORK - Sen. Charles Schumer (D., N.Y.) has urged the Commerce Department to consider allegations from companies including Globe Specialty Metals Inc. that Russian suppliers of ferrosilicon "misreported critical facts" during the agency's anti-dumping investigation.

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