Steel users urge EU not to hit Asia imports

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European steel users called on Brussels on Tuesday not to hit imports from China and other Asian countries with punitive duties, as some European steel producers have suggested.


In a new case pitting EU importers against local producers worried about foreign competition, engineering association Orgalime said rising imports from China and India reflected a move by European steelmakers out of lower-end steel production.


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7 May, 2007
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