U.S., Russia, Japan, China, Korea Hit With EU Steel DutyJonathan Stearns
The European Union imposed tariffs as high as 35.9 percent on electrical steel from the U.S., Russia, Japan, China and South Korea, seeking to curb competition for EU producers such as ArcelorMittal and ThyssenKrupp AG.
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