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Grupo Simec Comments on U.S. Imposition of Rebar Import Duties

09 Feb 2015 - Grupo Simec S.A.B. de CV is providing comments on the effects of what it called a “surprising” decision by the U.S. Department of Commerce to impose an antidumping duty of 66.7% on rebar shipments from the company.

EUROFER: Are Chinese Removal of Boron-Alloy Steel Export Rebates for Better or Worse?

20 Jan 2015 - China practices an industrial policy actively supporting its domestic steel industry. Having introduced VAT export rebates promoting higher value-added products, this measure has triggered unprecedented export surges in a weak domestic steel market, EUROFER said. China announced a removal of these rebates on 1 January 2015.

Turkish Steel Exporters' Association Responds to Decision in Canada Rebar Case

16 Jan 2015 - The Turkish Steel Exporters' Association issued the following response to the finding of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal in the matter of Inquiry NQ-2014-001 on concrete reinforcing bar.

SSTTAC: Stainless Tube Imports Surging into U.S. from China and Korea

09 Jan 2015 - Imports of seamless stainless steel tube from China and Korea are surging into the U.S. market, according to the Stainless Steel Tube Trade Advancement Committee (SSTTAC).

U.S. to Review Plate Import Duties, Suspension Agreements

06 Jan 2015 - The U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) has voted to conduct full five-year (“sunset”) reviews concerning the antidumping duty order on cut-to-length carbon steel plate from China and the suspended investigations on cut-to-length carbon steel plate from Russia and Ukraine.

EUROFER: EU Trade Policy Needs to Become More Reactive and Effective

01 Jan 2015 - Securing an international level playing field has become increasingly challenging, EUROFER says: Free Trade Agreement (FTA) negotiations with major emerging, resource-rich economies are not concluded while protectionist measures are cumulating in all steel regions of the world outside the EU.

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