Is the European steel industry trying to drive its customers out of the EU with calls for safeguard and anti-dumping measures on Chinese steel?

With order books nearly full and a record growth of 6.6% in 2006 to reach €1779 billion, the EU’s engineering industry which uses some two thirds of the steel produced in Europe is inevitably having, in the face of an undersupplied EU market, to resort to imports. While imports in terms of percentages are rising, they are modest in terms of the size of the European market.

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8 October, 2007
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