CITAC

AcronymDefinition
CITACConsuming Industries Trade Action Coalition
CITACComputer Investigations and Infrastructure Threat Assessment Center
CITACCooperation on International Traceability in Analytical Chemistry
CITACCanadian Infrastructure Technology Assessment Centre
CITACClinician Investigator Trainee Association of Canada
CITACCritical Infrastructure and Threat Assessment Center
CITACCrisis Intervention Teams Association of Colorado (Castle Rock, CO)
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Gary Still and David Bleasdale of CITAC say that the industry's main players are aware of the reputational standards that need to be upheld when operating in Africa and other markets.
Echoing Denham's comments, Autor stated, "While those that receive the Byrd windfall payments obviously work hard to keep this amendment alive, the CITAC Byrd Amendment Working Group will be a strong, unified voice for consumers and consuming industries across a spectrum of industries to get rid of Byrd.
The CITAC Steel Task Force has argued that the ITC must take into account the impact on consumers and the economy as a whole, not just one segment of the economy, when determining whether to impose or continue trade remedies.
The Byrd Amendment provides a double hit to American manufacturers who use products subject to antidumping and countervailing duties," said CITAC Counsel Lewis Leibowitz.
Three company representatives from the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA), a CITAC member, will testify this week at an ITC sunset review hearing on AD/CVD duties on hot-rolled steel imports from Argentina, China, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, the Netherlands, Romania, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand, and Ukraine.
Steve Alexander, CITAC Executive Director and President of lobbying firm The CMR Group, called Sen.
The GAO report is further evidence that Congress needs to act now to repeal the Byrd Amendment," said Steve Alexander, Executive Director of CITAC and President of the CMR Group, a Washington D.
CITAC has argued, and government studies support, that the Byrd Amendment is not only illegal under international trade rules, but it distorts competition here at home," said Lewis Leibowitz, CITAC Counsel and a partner at Hogan & Hartson LLP.
CITAC is a coalition of companies and organizations committed to ensuring that consuming industries and manufacturers in America have access to reliable supplies of globally priced materials necessary for those industries to produce their products.
Baker, executive director of the CITAC Steel Task Force.
CITAC congratulates the House of Representatives for passing repeal of the Byrd Amendment and we strongly urge the Senate to agree to retain repeal in the final legislation," said CITAC Executive Director Steve Alexander.