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STEEL PRODUCERS AND CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS TO ANNOUNCE 'HISTORIC' UNFAIR TRADE CASES

 STEEL PRODUCERS AND CONGRESSIONAL LEADERS TO ANNOUNCE
 'HISTORIC' UNFAIR TRADE CASES
 The leaders of America's steel industry and several members of Congress will hold a news conference tomorrow to announce the most extensive trade cases in history involving unfairly traded foreign steel. The companies will allege that many foreign producers continue to dump highly-subsidized steel in the U.S. market in violation of U.S. trade laws.
 The Bush administration has said repeatedly that U.S. trade laws against injurious dumping and subsidization should be enforced following the March 31, 1992, expiration of voluntary steel export restraints.
 News conference details follow:
 WHEN: 2:15 p.m., Tuesday, June 30
 WHERE: Room H-140, U.S. Capitol Building
 WHO: Walter F. Williams, CEO, Bethlehem Steel Corp.
 Thomas J. Usher, president, U.S. Steel Group
 D.H. Hoag, CEO, The LTV Corporation
 Robert L. Purdum, CEO, Armco Inc.
 Robert J. Darnall, president, Inland Steel Industries
 Ronald H. Doerr, president, National Steel Corp.
 Lynn Williams, president, United Steelworkers of America
 Rep. Jack Murtha (D-Pa.)
 Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.)
 Rep. Ralph Regula (R-Ohio)
 Sen. Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) and others.
 CONTACT: Vicki Meyer or Deirdre Cohen, for the press conference, 202-223-1300
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