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Europe's Steel Industry Urges EU Leaders to Toughen Trade Measures

17 Oct 2016 - Nearly six dozen of Europe’s top steel executives have called upon European Union leaders to support measures that would protect the industry from unfair competition.

EU Sets Tariffs on Two Steel Products from China

07 Oct 2016 - The European Union is imposing provisional anti-dumping duties on hot-rolled sheet and heavy plate from China, saying that the products were being sold at “heavily dumped prices.”

NAFTA Changes Would Impact U.S., Mexican Economies

05 Oct 2016 - Revisions to, or outright cancellation of, the North American Free Trade Agreement, would negatively impact both the U.S and Mexico, according to CRU steel consultant Thais Terzian.

Chinese Steelmakers Trying to Evade U.S. Import Tariffs, American Steelmakers Allege

23 Sep 2016 - Several U.S. steelmakers are accusing their Chinese counterparts of circumventing newly imposed tariffs on cold-rolled and corrosion-resistant steels by diverting products into another country before exporting them.

U.S. Announces Preliminary Duties on Stainless Sheet, Strip

12 Sep 2016 - The U.S. Commerce Department has set has set preliminary anti-dumping duties of 63.9 and 76.6 percent on stainless sheet and strip from China.

Commerce Department Proposes Big Countervailing Duty on Chinese-Made Plate

08 Sep 2016 - The U.S. Commerce Department has set preliminary countervailing duties of 210.5 percent on Chinese-made cut to length plate, ruling that producers there have been benefitting from unfair government subsidies.

U.S. Trade Commission OKs Duties on Cold-Rolled Imports

02 Sep 2016 - The U.S. International Trade Commission has affirmed the imposition of anti-dumping duties on cold-rolled steel from four countries, but has declined to apply them to Russian imports.

Steel Not on the G-20 Agenda for China

30 Aug 2016 - China is keen on discussing its financial reforms during the upcoming Group of 20 summit – and less so on talking about the world’s excess steelmaking capacity, reports The Nikkei Asian Review.

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