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  • Federal government agencies investigate Alberta firm's pipe pricing complaint

    Two federal organizations?have started?an investigation into dumping complaints involving?large line pipes from China and Japan. The Canada Border Services Agency and the Canadian International Trade Tribunal?will look into accusations?by

  • Government accused of ‘little action’ over safeguarding steel industry

    The Government has been accused of failing to be alert to alarms raised by the steel industry before firms starting cutting thousands of jobs. A committee of MPs said other European countries took action to safeguard their steel industries, but

  • Canada slaps duties on steel line pipe imported from China

    Trade authorities are trying to stem the flood of foreign-produced steel

  • Construction worker crushed to death by pipe

    A construction worker was killed on the side of a highway in Unionville Monday after a massive piece of steel pipe rolled into a ditch, crushing him.

  • Pension reforms hit Standard Life annuity sales

    Insurer Standard Life saw its half-year results hit by plunging annuity sales after key pension reforms earlier this year. Life and pensions groups have been looking for new forms of revenue since legislation in April allowed pensioners to retire

  • U.S. Steel may cut nearly 700 Texas jobs

    U.S. Steel is considering temporarily mothballing the pipe-making plant during the ongoing oil and gas slump. The facility is located in northeastern Texas in Morris County, which has a population of less than 13,000 people.

  • Standard Chartered to slash 1,000 senior jobs

    London-based Standard Chartered is to let a quarter of its most senior staff go as part of a dramatic cost-cutting exercise. The bank confirmed there would be as many as 1,000 departures as it “simplified its organisational structure”, although

  • Moult impressed by standard

    Louis Moult admits he underestimated the standard of Scottish football ahead of his summer move to Motherwell. The forward likened the Ladbrokes Premiership to the middle reaches of English football following his first four games. Moult arrived

  • Steel taskforce hopes to attract operators, Fergus Ewing says

    Government agencies will attempt to attract international steel operators to take on Scotland’s troubled steel mills with offers of tax breaks and publicly-funded contracts, business minister Fergus Ewing has said. Mr Ewing chaired the first

  • Evening Standard comment: British steel and the price of world trade

    David Cameron's hastily convened crisis meeting today over the fate of the Port Talbot steelworks raises uncomfortable questions about both his Government's competence and this country's role in the world.

  • Federal government agencies investigate Alberta firm's pipe pricing complaint

    Two federal organizations?have started?an investigation into dumping complaints involving?large line pipes from China and Japan. The Canada Border Services Agency and the Canadian International Trade Tribunal?will look into accusations?by

  • Government accused of ‘little action’ over safeguarding steel industry

    The Government has been accused of failing to be alert to alarms raised by the steel industry before firms starting cutting thousands of jobs. A committee of MPs said other European countries took action to safeguard their steel industries, but

  • Canada slaps duties on steel line pipe imported from China

    Trade authorities are trying to stem the flood of foreign-produced steel

  • Construction worker crushed to death by pipe

    A construction worker was killed on the side of a highway in Unionville Monday after a massive piece of steel pipe rolled into a ditch, crushing him.

  • Pension reforms hit Standard Life annuity sales

    Insurer Standard Life saw its half-year results hit by plunging annuity sales after key pension reforms earlier this year. Life and pensions groups have been looking for new forms of revenue since legislation in April allowed pensioners to retire

  • U.S. Steel may cut nearly 700 Texas jobs

    U.S. Steel is considering temporarily mothballing the pipe-making plant during the ongoing oil and gas slump. The facility is located in northeastern Texas in Morris County, which has a population of less than 13,000 people.

  • Standard Chartered to slash 1,000 senior jobs

    London-based Standard Chartered is to let a quarter of its most senior staff go as part of a dramatic cost-cutting exercise. The bank confirmed there would be as many as 1,000 departures as it “simplified its organisational structure”, although

  • Moult impressed by standard

    Louis Moult admits he underestimated the standard of Scottish football ahead of his summer move to Motherwell. The forward likened the Ladbrokes Premiership to the middle reaches of English football following his first four games. Moult arrived

  • Steel taskforce hopes to attract operators, Fergus Ewing says

    Government agencies will attempt to attract international steel operators to take on Scotland’s troubled steel mills with offers of tax breaks and publicly-funded contracts, business minister Fergus Ewing has said. Mr Ewing chaired the first

  • Evening Standard comment: British steel and the price of world trade

    David Cameron's hastily convened crisis meeting today over the fate of the Port Talbot steelworks raises uncomfortable questions about both his Government's competence and this country's role in the world.