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  • Alibaba pays the price for China’s economic crisis

    E-commerce giant Alibaba has succumbed to the crisis gripping the Chinese economy a year after the company became the world’s biggest float.

  • Canada slaps duties on steel line pipe imported from China

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

  • Hopes boosted at Tata UK as the price of steel goes up

    The price of hot-rolled coil steel, a benchmark for the industry, soared from €320 (£252) a ton in January to €378 in April.

  • EU widens steel-trade protection with Russia, China tariffs

    Russian and Chinese makers of non-stainless steels face European Union tariffs as high as 26.2 per cent after the EU found that imports from the two countries unfairly undercut producers in Europe such as ArcelorMittal and ThyssenKrupp AG.

  • David Cameron urged to raise issue of 'steel dumping' to Chinese President Xi Jinping

    Cheap dumping in China is driving down the price of steel worldwide

  • China loses WTO appeal in stainless steel dispute with EU, Japan

    GENEVA, Oct 14 (Reuters) - China lost an appeal ruling on Wednesday in a World Trade Organization dispute in which Japan and the European Union had complaine

  • Why analysts are bullish on Alibaba

    "Just as Google, Amazon and Facebook have become Internet utilities in the U.S., Western Europe, and some other markets, Alibaba has become an Internet utility in China."

  • The UK steel industry can be saved. Here’s how | Adam Price

    Government, investors and workers have all been touted as possible saviours of Tata’s UK business. A truly visionary approach would combine the threeIn just six days the steel crisis has become the defining issue in British politics.

  • Farmers empty supermarket shelves in milk price protest

    Groups of dairy farmers have been emptying milk from supermarket shelves across the country in protest at the price paid for milk. The protest, dubbed the Milk Trolley Challenge, sees protesters removing all cartons of milk from shops including

  • Average house price hits £277,000 after 5.7% annual increase

    House price growth picked up pace in June as surges in Northern Ireland and London offset the first fall in Scotland for nearly two years, according to official figures. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said UK average house prices rose

  • Alibaba pays the price for China’s economic crisis

    E-commerce giant Alibaba has succumbed to the crisis gripping the Chinese economy a year after the company became the world’s biggest float.

  • Canada slaps duties on steel line pipe imported from China

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

  • Hopes boosted at Tata UK as the price of steel goes up

    The price of hot-rolled coil steel, a benchmark for the industry, soared from €320 (£252) a ton in January to €378 in April.

  • EU widens steel-trade protection with Russia, China tariffs

    Russian and Chinese makers of non-stainless steels face European Union tariffs as high as 26.2 per cent after the EU found that imports from the two countries unfairly undercut producers in Europe such as ArcelorMittal and ThyssenKrupp AG.

  • David Cameron urged to raise issue of 'steel dumping' to Chinese President Xi Jinping

    Cheap dumping in China is driving down the price of steel worldwide

  • China loses WTO appeal in stainless steel dispute with EU, Japan

    GENEVA, Oct 14 (Reuters) - China lost an appeal ruling on Wednesday in a World Trade Organization dispute in which Japan and the European Union had complaine

  • Why analysts are bullish on Alibaba

    "Just as Google, Amazon and Facebook have become Internet utilities in the U.S., Western Europe, and some other markets, Alibaba has become an Internet utility in China."

  • The UK steel industry can be saved. Here’s how | Adam Price

    Government, investors and workers have all been touted as possible saviours of Tata’s UK business. A truly visionary approach would combine the threeIn just six days the steel crisis has become the defining issue in British politics.

  • Farmers empty supermarket shelves in milk price protest

    Groups of dairy farmers have been emptying milk from supermarket shelves across the country in protest at the price paid for milk. The protest, dubbed the Milk Trolley Challenge, sees protesters removing all cartons of milk from shops including

  • Average house price hits £277,000 after 5.7% annual increase

    House price growth picked up pace in June as surges in Northern Ireland and London offset the first fall in Scotland for nearly two years, according to official figures. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said UK average house prices rose