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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.

U.S. Trade Commission Affirms Duties on Certain Pipe and Tube Imports

17 Aug 2016 - The U.S. International Trade Commission has signed off on anti-dumping duties against imported heavy-walled, welded carbon pipe and tube from three countries.

Bloomberg: China Falling Behind on Capacity Reduction Goal

16 Aug 2016 - A recent upturn in coal and steel prices is testing the determination of Chinese provinces and companies to cut excess capacity, and, in fact, have put the country behind early goals for doing so, according to the Bloomberg news service.

U.S. Is Vigorously Enforcing Trade Laws, Says Commerce Department Secretary

12 Aug 2016 - U.S. Commerce Department Secretary Penny Pritzker said that with 161 steel-related trade cases now on the books, the government is fully committed to enforcing trade laws.

Commerce Department Sets Duties on Hot Rolled Coil Imports

08 Aug 2016 - The U.S. Commerce Department will impose anti-dumping duties of between 3.7 and 34.3 percent on hot rolled coil from seven countries, the department has announced.

India Extends Import Protections on Certain Steels for Another 60 Days

08 Aug 2016 - The Indian government has extended its import price floor for certain steel products by an additional two months, reports The (India) Economic Times.

EU Sets Duties on Cold Rolled Imports

04 Aug 2016 - The European Union is imposing anti-dumping duties on cold rolled steel from China and Russia, reports The Wall Street Journal.

New Monitoring System Could Generate Better Steel Import Policies, Officials Say

02 Aug 2016 - U.S. officials stopped at ArcelorMittal Cleveland’s integrated mill on Monday to publicize an expanded steel trade monitoring system, a new tool meant to aid in the fight against unfairly traded imports.

Indian Steelmakers Urge Government to Extend Import Price Floor

28 Jul 2016 - Indian steelmakers are pressing the government to retain the import price floor it imposed on 173 steel products earlier this year, arguing that it has helped hold back a flood of low-cost steel and improved margins.

Commerce Department Clears the Way for Anti-Dumping Duties on Cold Rolled Steel

22 Jul 2016 - The U.S. Commerce Department has set final anti-dumping margins of between 1 percent and 35.4 percent on cold rolled steel from five countries – Brazil, Korea, Russia, India and the United Kingdom.

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