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AISI Applauds Senate Agreement on Infrastructure Bill 

29 Jul 2021 - The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) is urging legislators to pass an infrastructure plan after a bipartisan group of senators on Wednesday reached an agreement on its broader details.  

Report: China Might Put More Taxes on Steel Exports

28 Jul 2021 - The Chinese government is considering additional tariffs on steel exports as a means to curb domestic production and reduce steel prices by keeping more of it at home, reports the Bloomberg news service. 

Bad Weather Delays SDI Mill Construction

21 Jul 2021 - Heavy rains and flooding in southeastern Texas have forced Steel Dynamics Inc. (SDI) to delay the planned start of steelmaking at its new flat-rolled mill. 

EU Formally Proposes Carbon Border Adjustment Tax

14 Jul 2021 - The European Commission on Wednesday unveiled a carbon border adjustment tax as part of a sweeping plan meant to combat climate change. 

EU Renews Steel Safeguard Measure 

30 Jun 2021 - The European Union is extending the steel import safeguard measures that it put in place following imposition of the U.S. Section 232 tariffs. 

Report: Climate Change Could Strand New BF Investments

29 Jun 2021 - The global steel industry is at risk of having to write off US$47 billion to US$70 billion in new steelmaking assets as the world moves to a carbon-neutral future, according to a new report. 

Japan's Government Wants to Jump-Start Green Steel Development

23 Jun 2021 - Japan hopes to speed up development of hydrogen-based steelmaking and help the country’s steel producers become leaders in green steel production, reports commodities news and pricing provider Argus Media. 

Biden Administration Looks to Settle Steel Tariff Dispute by December

15 Jun 2021 - The U.S. Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum will remain in place for the time being, but the Biden administration on Tuesday said it is committed to resolving the dispute with the EU over the tariffs.  

Report: Section 232 Tariffs on EU Steel Could Lift By Year’s End

09 Jun 2021 - The U.S. and the EU could announce a commitment next week to rescind America’s Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum and Europe’s retaliatory tariffs that were imposed in response, reports the Reuters news service.

Report: EU Readying Draft of Carbon Border Tax

03 Jun 2021 - The European Union is drafting a plan to impose a carbon border tax on steel and other goods and is set to unveil the plan next month, reports the Reuters news service. 

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