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US, UK begin talks on removing Donald Trump's steel import tariffs
US, UK begin talks on removing Donald Trump's steel import tariffs

24/01/2022

The United States and the United Kingdom have agreed to begin talks on removing former President Donald Trump's import taxes on British steel and aluminum.

Increased logistics costs hurt Vietnamese exporters
Increased logistics costs hurt Vietnamese exporters

24/01/2022

Logistics costs will continue to skyrocket as demand soars while supply will remain limited at least until the end of this year, said industry experts and businesses. 

EUROFER releases statement on anti-dumping measures
EUROFER releases statement on anti-dumping measures

24/01/2022

Following the European Commission imposing anti-dumping duties on imports of silicon-electrical steel from China, Japan, South Korea, Russia and the US, the European Steel Association (EUROFER) has issued a statement embracing the measures.

Fiber export turnover reaches record $5.6 billion in 2021
Fiber export turnover reaches record $5.6 billion in 2021

24/01/2022

Việt Nam’s export turnover of fiber of all types reached a record high of US$5.6 billion in 2021, despite the severe impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, data of the General Department of Việt Nam Customs showed.

Food firms reject new export orders on delivery costs
Food firms reject new export orders on delivery costs

24/01/2022

Higher logistics costs, longer delivery time and labor shortage have forced many food producers to turn down new export orders, according to the Food and Foodstuff Association of HCMC.

Vietnam striving to regain foothold for pepper industry
Vietnam striving to regain foothold for pepper industry

24/01/2022

Vietnam is seeking ways to revive the billion-dollar pepper industry which has been struggling against unfavourable weather conditions and the COVID-19 pandemic for over the last several years.

Beijing seeks WTO arbitration on Canberra’s anti-dumping tariffs
Beijing seeks WTO arbitration on Canberra’s anti-dumping tariffs

21/01/2022

Beijing seeks WTO arbitration on Canberra’s anti-dumping tariffs

Japan steel industry says EU extension of anti-dumping measures inappropriate
Japan steel industry says EU extension of anti-dumping measures inappropriate

21/01/2022

The head of Japan’s main steel industry lobby said on Tuesday the European Union’s decision to extend anti-dumping measures on electrical steel from Japan was inappropriate and it would consider taking action.

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