Law360 (May 26, 2021, 3:37 p.m. EDT) – A trade judge has barred domestic steel producers from supporting the U.S. Department of Commerce in six lawsuits challenging the agency’s refusal to waive national security tariffs on some imports, claiming that companies do not have a direct stake in business.
In an opinion filed Tuesday evening, Commercial Judge Miller Baker dismissed arguments from companies such as US Steel Corp. and four members of the American Line Pipe Producers Association saying they would be certain to lose business if the government exempts imports including slab and steel pipe. tariffs under section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act 1962.
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