Glad to hear this but it doesn't look like it has done much good so far.
A majority of steel manufacturers in the U.S. feel that China hasn’t held up its end of the deal, almost a dozen years after it was admitted into the World Trade Organization.

The American Iron and Steel Institute, which represents the majority of the nation’s steel-producing companies, filed 45 pages of comments with the U.S. Trade Representative urging the U.S. government to rethink its current approach and adopt a more aggressive strategy.

“Based on an overwhelming amount of evidence…China has largely abandoned its policy of liberalizing its economy and instead adheres to a policy of state capitalism that is antithetical to the principles of free and fair trade,” Kevin Demsey, senior vice president of public policy at AISI, said in a statement. “This trend is a major problem for American steel producers, other manufacturers and the U.S. economy as a whole.”
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