WHX

AcronymDefinition
WHXNew York to United Kingdom (routing designation; US Navy)
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In another case, AP reported on the merger of steel manufacturer WHX in West Virginia News and Observer with Teledyne in California.
Added to the board as a result of an effort by WHX to acquire Teledyne.
In December the corporation rejected an unsolicited $1.2 billion acquisition proposal from WHX of Wheeling, W.Va., which owns leading steelmaker Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp.
The law, which was created to fend off unfair competition after the end of World War I, had been considered obsolete until US steel maker Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp, now WHX Corp, in 1998 brought a lawsuit against importers of Russian and Japanese hot-rolled steel.--The WTO has ruled that the 1916 Anti-Dumping Act violates international trade rules by allowing lawsuits in US courts against companies who sell their products on the American market at unfairly low prices.
The law, which was created to fend off unfair competition after the end of World War I, had been considered obsolete until US steelmaker Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corp, now WHX Corp, in 1998 brought a lawsuit against importers of Russian and Japanese hot-rolled steel.--