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.
trade law, but only that Chinese tire imports increased," added CITAC
Executive Director Eugene Patrone.
executive director David Bleasdale said: "Our view is that growing African demand will by and large be met by imports.
and ASDA even took out newspaper advertisements.
encouraged the Obama Administration to consider the impact on U.
The goal of the Shrimp Task Force is to guarantee that shrimp continues to be widely available at a reasonable price for American consumers, and to ensure that an estimated 250,000 American workers employed in shrimp consuming industries are not harmed by this petition," said Erik Autor, CITAC
board member and vice president of the National Retail Federation.
failed to implement earlier decisions against the use of zeroing in assessing antidumping duties," said CITAC
Counsel Lewis Leibowitz, a partner at the law firm of Hogan & Hartson, LLP.
confronts today," said Michael Veitenheimer, Chairman of the CITAC
Board of Directors and SVP, Secretary and General Counsel for Michaels Stores, Inc.
First, notes CITAC
Executive Director Steve Alexander, "support for H.
warned that several provisions in the bill would hurt U.
consuming industries," said CITAC
Executive Director Steve Alexander.
Counsel Lewis Leibowitz will testify before the House Ways & Means Committee Trade Sub-committee about the importance of considering the interests of all Americans, including those in consuming industries, when the Ways and Means Committee drafts trade remedy provisions in legislation.