Steel users could not absorb these increases," according to testimony from the Consuming Industries Trade Action Coalition Steel Task Force at a hearing held by the House Ways & Means Committee in March 2003.
What does CITAC stand for?
CITAC stands for Consuming Industries Trade Action Coalition
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We have 9 other meanings of CITAC in our Acronym Attic
- Construction Industry Training Association (Hong Kong)
- Contrôle et Information du Trafic sur les Autoroutes (French: Traffic Information and Control on Motorways; Luxembourg)
- Corporate Income Tax Act
- Crime Identification Technology Act of 1998
- Commercial Industrial Type Activities/Function
- Communications Industry Training Advisory Board (Australia)
- Construction Industry Training Advisory Board (Australia)
- Canadian Infrastructure Technology Assessment Centre
- Clinician Investigator Trainee Association of Canada
- Computer Investigations and Infrastructure Threat Assessment Center
- Cooperation on International Traceability in Analytical Chemistry
- Crisis Intervention Teams Association of Colorado (Castle Rock, CO)
- Critical Infrastructure and Threat Assessment Center
- Centre for Information Technology and Development (Nigeria)
- Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (Louisiana)
- Computers in Teaching and Learning (various locations)
- Certified Information Technology Asset Manager (International Association of Information Technology Asset Managers)
- Christ Is the Answer Ministries (Nairobi)
- Center for Independent Threat Analysis and Research
- Center for Interventions, Treatment and Addictions Research (Wright State University; Dayton, OH)
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They have formed the Consuming Industries Trade Action Coalition to lobby Congress.
The Consuming Industries Trade Action Coalition said it has made the appeal against the so-called ''Byrd Amendment'' in a letter sent to the Office of the U.