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Industry Import Monitoring and Licensing

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Feature of the Month:

Modification of Regulations Regarding the Steel Import Monitoring and Analysis System.

 

A Proposed Rule by the International Trade Administration.
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Explore Steel Data

The Global Steel Trade Monitor is an interactive tool to explore (and compare) the global trade of steel mill products by reporting country, partner country, and product over time.

Other steel pages

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Import Licensing
All steel mill imports into the United States require an import license for Customs entry summary. The steel import license is an automatic license used for data collection purposes only. Importers and customs brokers use this website to obtain their steel licenses prior to completing their Customs entry documentation.
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Steel Reports
ITA’s reports provide detailed data on steel trade and the current state of the U.S. steel industry. The country reports focuses on trade trends for the top steel importing and exporting countries, along with production, consumption, and steel trade remedy information.
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Steel Import Monitor
The Steel Import Monitoring and Analysis (SIMA) program collects and publishes early warning data about U.S. imports of steel mill products for 53 defined steel categories, with aggregate import data available by country of origin, value, volume, and average unit value. Data tables and graphs in ITA’s online U.S. Steel Import Monitor are updated on a weekly basis.