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Law 360,
April 06, 2015
Alex Lawson

Dumping Probe of BHP Unit’s Alloy Exports Clears ITC Hurdle

The U.S. International Trade Commission on Friday voted to continue an anti-dumping investigation of a BHP Billiton Ltd. subsidiary's shipments of a critical alloy additive used in steel production, preliminarily finding that the imports are posing a threat to U.S. manufacturers.

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Ryan’s Notes
April 3, 2015

 US SiMn sees downward move

US silicomanganese prices were down again this past week, bringing the CRU Ryan's Notes' range to 51-55 cents per lb, ex-warehouse. There were rumors that additional mills would be looking for material in the not too distant future, but there was little evidence to suggest that the US market would see much activity over the next week following several religious holidays. A number of sources suggested that prices could go even lower now that the marker has begun to decline; with the rising value of the US dollar and decline of the euro, many felt that the US premium would slowly erode in a weaker domestic steel market.

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The Messenger
March 30, 2015
By Tatia Megeneishvili

 Georgian American Alloys organize informational media tour

Georgian American Alloys (GAA) organized an informational media tour for over twenty media representatives on March 26-27.

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Platts
March 23, 2015
By Bob Matyi

 USW endorses Eramet power rate discount extension

The United Steelworkers union has endorsed Eramet Marietta's request for an extension of a discounted electricity rate, warning the French-owned company may close its manganese ferroalloys plant in Marietta, Ohio, if the application is not approved by state regulators.

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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.

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