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#SteelImports – Commission adopts adjustments to existing safeguards 

#SteelImports – Commission adopts adjustments to existing safeguards 

| October 1, 2019

The European Commission has published adjustments to the existing steel safeguard measures. The adjustments – effective as of 1 October – will make the existing steel safeguard measures more effective and will ensure that they better reflect the current situation in the steel sector. They include improvements in the functioning of the quota, among others […]

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Commission starts investigation on dumped hot rolled steel from #China, #Taiwan and #Indonesia

Commission starts investigation on dumped hot rolled steel from #China, #Taiwan and #Indonesia

| August 14, 2019

The Commission has initiated an anti-dumping investigation into imports of hot rolled stainless steel sheets and coils from China, Indonesia and Taiwan. The investigation follows a complaint lodged by the European Steel Association (EUROFER) on the grounds that the imports from these countries are made at dumped prices and hence causing injury to the European […]

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Commission imposes definitive safeguard measures on imports of #SteelProducts

Commission imposes definitive safeguard measures on imports of #SteelProducts

| February 4, 2019

The European Commission has published a regulation imposing definitive safeguard measures on imports of steel products. The measures took effect on 2 February, and will replace the provisional ones of July 2018 put in place as part of the European Union’s response to the decision by the United States to impose tariffs on steel products, […]

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#SteelExcessCapacity – Global Forum takes important steps to tackle overcapacity

#SteelExcessCapacity – Global Forum takes important steps to tackle overcapacity

| September 24, 2018

At the ministerial meeting of the Global Forum on Steel Excess Capacity, held in Paris on 20 September, the world’s biggest steel-producing nations agreed to further reduce capacity wherever necessary, avoid that overcapacity is exacerbated in the future, as well as to work to eliminate subsidies which cause overcapacity. Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness Vice […]

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Examining impact of US steel #Tariffs on Europe’s #Steel and #Aluminium industry

Examining impact of US steel #Tariffs on Europe’s #Steel and #Aluminium industry

| July 3, 2018

In what seems to be a continuation of the Trump administration’s protectionist policy, president Trump announced that a variety of tariffs would be introduced to counter the influx of various commodities coming into the country. This move towards more tariffs sparked the ire of many of its trade partners and forced many to start seeking […]

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#China: European Commission imposes definitive anti-dumping duties on steel

#China: European Commission imposes definitive anti-dumping duties on steel

| February 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

The European Commission today (8 February) imposed definitive anti-dumping duties on corrosion resistant steel from China. The duties range from 17 – 28% and cover a five-year period, writes Catherine Feore. The EU found that Chinese producers were dumping the product on the EU market, a finding that already led to imposition of provisional duties […]

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#Steel: European Commission welcomes ambitious Global Forum agreement to tackle overcapacity

#Steel: European Commission welcomes ambitious Global Forum agreement to tackle overcapacity

| December 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Members of the Global Forum on Steel Excess Capacity agreed in a meeting in Berlin (30 November) on an ambitious package of concrete policy solutions to tackle the pressing issue of global overcapacity in the steel sector. According to the agreed package, Global Forum members must ensure market-based outcomes in the steel industry, refrain from […]

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