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EU sets anti-dumping duties against coated steel

The European Commission has imposed anti-dumping duties on Chinese and Brazilian imports of tin-free steel. This type of coated steel – “electrolytic chromium coated steel” or ECCS for short – is used in beverage cans and household appliances, among other things. The Brussels-based authority said the products are sold within the EU at unreasonably low prices, which harms European manufacturers. To counteract this, the Commission has now approved duties of €239 to €607 per ton of imported tin-free steel.

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