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European Union starts new investigation into steel imports from China
European Union starts new investigation into steel imports from China

25/05/2018

The European Union already has 17 sets of anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures in place on various grades of steel.
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Gov't to Consider Levying Antidumping Duties on Chinese Steel Wire

25/05/2018

South Korea’s trade watchdog plans to propose to the government the introduction of antidumping duties on Chinese steel wire products. 
Ukraine lifts ban on ammonia nitrate imports from Russia
Ukraine lifts ban on ammonia nitrate imports from Russia

25/05/2018

The Cabinet of Ministers has canceled the import ban on ammonia nitrate (nitrogen content above 28 percent) from Russia.
Turkey launches anti-dumping investigation into Iranian polystyrene
Turkey launches anti-dumping investigation into Iranian polystyrene

25/05/2018

Turkey's Ministry of Economy has launched an anti-dumping investigation into Iranian polystyrene, according to a Turkish market source and local media Tuesday. 
China Calls For EU Caution In Taking Protective Measures
China Calls For EU Caution In Taking Protective Measures

25/05/2018

China’s Ministry of Commerce says it hopes the European Union will carefully assess its overall interests and be cautious in taking restrictive measures.
How EU should react to US steel tariffs
How EU should react to US steel tariffs

25/05/2018

Voluntary export restraints by Europe could hand Trump an apparent victory, while benefiting EU's steel producers.
U.S.-China spat poses serious hazard for WTO
U.S.-China spat poses serious hazard for WTO

25/05/2018

A trade fight between the world’s two biggest powers is a hazard to the World Trade Organization.
US-China Truce on Trade War Is Good Progress
US-China Truce on Trade War Is Good Progress

25/05/2018

Over the weekend, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, who led U.S.-China trade negotiations, announced a trade war between the two countries was “on hold.”
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