U.S. Slaps Duties on China's Steel Producers

China's producers and exporters of steel have been slapped with a 15.72% duty by the United States, says the Straits Times.


The nearly 16% duty will be imposed on Drill Pipe Master Group, the largest in China, as well as all other Chinese producers and exporters, says the Times, citing Roger Schagrin, an attorney for U.S. steelworkers and producers which have been complaining that steel drill pipes from China are unfairly unsubsidised.


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