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EU Imposes Duties on Steel From China, Taiwan

28 Aug 2015 - The European Union officially has slapped a 25.3 percent anti-dumping duty on Chinese stainless steel cold rolled flat products, Eurofer, The European Steel Association, has announced.

South Africa Introduces Tariff on Imported Steel, But With Conditions

28 Aug 2015 - South Africa's trade and industry minister has approved a 10-percent protective tariff on certain steel products, looking to shield domestic steelmakers from Chinese imports.

With Import Protections In The Offing, SAIL Considers Price Hike

26 Aug 2015 - Anticipating the imposition of a 10 percent protective duty on steel imports, Steel Authority of India Ltd. may raise prices early next month, according to Bloomberg TV India.

Tata Steel Halting Production at U.K. Strip Mill; 250 Jobs To Be Lost

26 Aug 2015 - Tata Steel's U.K. strip steel division is idling parts of a Welsh mill, blaming a surge of unfairly traded imports.

South Africa Expected To Impose Steel Tariffs

25 Aug 2015 - Heeding calls from labor groups and its steel industry, South Africa is planning to impose a 10-percent tariff on steel imports, according to Reuters.

Cliffs Natural Resources CEO: China Steel Exports Reach 'Crazy' Levels

20 Aug 2015 - Chinese-made steel exports are likely to surge to more than 100 million metric tons this year, Cliffs Natural Resources CEO Lourenco Goncalves told BloombergBusiness.

Institute: Recent Trade Cases Could Have Broader Impacts on U.S. Economy

17 Aug 2015 - The American Institute for International Steel is weighing in with a few thoughts regarding the spate of trade cased filed by U.S. producers, saying the cases come with a few pitfalls that merit consideration.

Devalued Yuan Leads China Steel Producers To Cut Prices

14 Aug 2015 - With China having devalued its currency earlier this week, steelmakers there are already moving to reduce export prices, according to a Reuters report.

U.S. Producers Seeking Trade Measures Against Hot Rolled Steel Imports

12 Aug 2015 - Six U.S. steelmakers have filed petitions for trade action against imports of hot rolled flat products, the producers have announced.

U.S. Exports Up In June, But Outlook Remains Weak, Says Steel Institute

07 Aug 2015 - For the second month in a row, domestic steel exports have grown, increasing by 1.7 percent to 885,191 net tons, according to the American Institute for International Steel.

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