RSS   Newsletter   Contact   Advertise with us

China decries new U.S. 209.97% steel duties

Staff writer ▼ | May 27, 2016
China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) has slammed a new U.S. final ruling against Chinese steel.
Chinese steel U.S.
Industry dispute   Anti-dumping duties of 209.97 percent
The U.S. Commerce Department announced anti-dumping duties of 209.97 percent and anti-subsidy duties of 39.05 percent on corrosion-resistant steel from China.

"The United States has deliberately suppressed Chinese bulk steel commodities, including cold-rolled flat steel and corrosion-resistant steel," and "this not only harms Chinese steel firms, but also impedes trade and cooperation between enterprises from the two countries," the MOC said in a statement.

"China will take all necessary measures to gain fair treatment and safeguard the interests of enterprises," it said.