Metal Bulletin
March 18, 2015
By Ellie Wang

US anti-dumping probe on Australian SiMn to have little impact on China

The US decision to start an anti-dumping probe into Australia-origin silico-manganese will have little influence on Chinese producers, according to analysts.

The US Commerce Department has initiated an anti-dumping duty investigation into silico-manganese imports from Australia following a petition from Felman Production LLC.

“Click here to read more …”

 

AMM
November 16, 2015
By Grace Lavigne

Commerce starts silicomanganese probe

NEW YORK - An anti-dumping duty investigation into silicomanganese imports from Australia has been initiated by the U.S. Commerce Department following a petition from Felman Production LLC, according to the International Trade Administration (ITA).

“Click here to read more …”

 

Ryan’s Notes
Page 3
March 13, 2015

US Department of Commerce will initiate an investigation into the dumping of Australian silicomanganese. The petition was filed by Felman Production on February 19. The domestic producer alleged that Australian silicomanganese was being dumping in the US and causing material injury to the domestic market. The US International Trade Commission is expected to also report whether or not it will undertake the investigation in the first week of April.

 

 

 

Invezz.com
March 13, 2015
By Veselin Valchev

 BHP Billiton share price: US Commerce Department to investigate dumping allegations

BHP Billiton plc’s (LON:BLT) shares lost 2.75 percent to 1,396.00p as of 14:53 GMT today, after the US Commerce Department said it had launched a one-year investigation into dumping accusations targeted at BHP’s Tasmanian Metallurgical Co sales to the US market.

“Click here to read more …”

 

Reuters
March 12, 2015
By Krista Hughes

U.S. to probe ferroalloy imports from Australian BHP plant

U.S. trade officials will look into cheap imports of ferroalloy from an Australian plant owned by the world's biggest miner, BHP Billiton Ltd , which could end with the imposition of duties, the Department of Commerce said on Thursday.

West Virginia-based Felman Production LLC has said large and increasing volumes of silicomanganese, an alloy additive used to make steel, from Tasmanian Electro Metallurgical Co (TEMCO) have "significantly undercut" U.S. prices.

“Click here to read more …”

Page 9 of 46