ArcelorMittal


EU intends to prolong extra import duties on certain steel grades

07/01/19 -"The EU had introduced import duties on certain steel grades which automatically expired 200 days after introduction (i.e. in January 2019). It now intends to prolong them up until July 2021. They ..."

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