China top ten selling products plate steel price

  • US raises China steel taxes by 522%

    The US raises its import duties on Chinese steelmakers by more than fivefold after accusing them of selling their products below market prices.

  • Steel crisis grows as Caparo cuts 452 jobs

    Administrator PwC announces immediate closure of five sites, with bulk of job losses concentrated in West MidlandsGovernment attempts to contain the mounting UK steel crisis have been dealt a further blow after Caparo Industries announced 452 job

  • Modest but notable insider buying at Tree Island Steel

    Share price of the producer of steel wire and wire products rose about 75 per cent in the past year

  • China charges 10 with selling old meat in relation to scandal that engulfed US supplier's unit

    BEIJING, China - Shanghai prosecutors say they are charging people connected to a U.S. meat supplier's Chinese subsidiary with producing and selling fake and substandard products.

  • China agrees to end export subsidies to steel, other industries, U.S. says

    WASHINGTON, April 14 (Reuters) - China has agreed to scrap controversial export subsidies on a range of products from steel and aluminum to agriculture and t

  • EU probes cheap Chinese steel imports

    The European Commission is opening three investigations into steel products made in China as cheap imports add to the woes of the UK steel industry.

  • 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

  • UK government to hold steel crisis meeting - live updates

    David Cameron has called an emergency meeting to discuss the future of Britain’s steel industry, as business secretary scrambles back from AustraliaLatest: Crisis meeting tomorrowSajid Javid returning homeCorbyn wants parliament recalled

  • George Osborne feels the heat over failure to protect the British steel industry

    Washington announced plans to raise import duties on Chinese steelmakers to 522 per cent after claiming Beijing was selling its steel products on the cheap.

  • Bailing out the steel industry would be a costly mistake

    Dumping means selling something below cost price. That’s the accusation levelled at China’s steel industry. The thousands of job losses

  • US raises China steel taxes by 522%

    The US raises its import duties on Chinese steelmakers by more than fivefold after accusing them of selling their products below market prices.

  • Steel crisis grows as Caparo cuts 452 jobs

    Administrator PwC announces immediate closure of five sites, with bulk of job losses concentrated in West MidlandsGovernment attempts to contain the mounting UK steel crisis have been dealt a further blow after Caparo Industries announced 452 job

  • Modest but notable insider buying at Tree Island Steel

    Share price of the producer of steel wire and wire products rose about 75 per cent in the past year

  • China charges 10 with selling old meat in relation to scandal that engulfed US supplier's unit

    BEIJING, China - Shanghai prosecutors say they are charging people connected to a U.S. meat supplier's Chinese subsidiary with producing and selling fake and substandard products.

  • China agrees to end export subsidies to steel, other industries, U.S. says

    WASHINGTON, April 14 (Reuters) - China has agreed to scrap controversial export subsidies on a range of products from steel and aluminum to agriculture and t

  • EU probes cheap Chinese steel imports

    The European Commission is opening three investigations into steel products made in China as cheap imports add to the woes of the UK steel industry.

  • 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

  • UK government to hold steel crisis meeting - live updates

    David Cameron has called an emergency meeting to discuss the future of Britain’s steel industry, as business secretary scrambles back from AustraliaLatest: Crisis meeting tomorrowSajid Javid returning homeCorbyn wants parliament recalled

  • George Osborne feels the heat over failure to protect the British steel industry

    Washington announced plans to raise import duties on Chinese steelmakers to 522 per cent after claiming Beijing was selling its steel products on the cheap.

  • Bailing out the steel industry would be a costly mistake

    Dumping means selling something below cost price. That’s the accusation levelled at China’s steel industry. The thousands of job losses