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US hikes antidumping duties on welded steel pipe imports from Thailand

Pittsburgh — The US Department of Commerce has hiked antidumping duties on imports of circular welded steel pipes and tubes from Thailand in an administrative review final determination for the period March 1, 2016, through February 28, 2017, which was reported in the Federal Register on Friday.

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The final weighted average dumping margins are 30.61% for Pacific Pipe Co., 28% for Saha Thai Steel Pipe and 30.98% for Thai Premium Pipe Co.

In April, Commerce set preliminary weighted-average dumping margins of 10.66% for Pacific Pipe and 5.34% for Thai Premium Pipe.

Commerce had previously determined that Saha Thai did not sell subject merchandise in the US at less than fair value during the period of review.

--Tom Balcerek tom.balcerek@spglobal.com

--Edited by Wendy Wells, wendy.wells@spglobal.com