WASHINGTON, May 5- U.S. steel producers on Tuesday demanded the Department of Commerce scrap a trade deal sparing Russian producers of carbon steel plate from import duties. Nucor Corp, SSAB Enterprises LLC and Arcelor Mittal USA said a flood of cheap cut-to-length carbon steel plate was hurting the local industry. Last week, Nucor and SSAB Enterprises launched...» Read More
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