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Anti-dumping proceedings

Anti-dumping proceedings

Notice of initiation of an anti-dumping proceeding concerning imports of welded tubes, pipes and hollow profiles of square or rectangular cross-section, of iron other than cast iron or steel other than stainless, originating in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Russia and Turkey has been given by the European Commission on 28th September >>

The emission allowance price flies upwards, the ceiling is out of sight

The emission allowance price flies upwards, the ceiling is out of sight

The rising price of emission allowances further increases the costs of industrial enterprises and thus makes them less competitive against non-EU countries, where producers do not often pay anything for emissions. At the same time, the EU produces less than ten percent of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions. >>

The steel sector is a major contributor to EU economy

The steel sector is a major contributor to EU economy

Oxford Economics published a study on the contribution of the steel industry to EU economy. >>

Steel is perfect for beverage containers

Steel is perfect for beverage containers

Find out why is steel ideal for making beverage cans. >>

The EU’s system of emission allowance trading and its reform

The EU’s system of emission allowance trading and its reform

The EU has overhauled its emission trading system. Find out what the impact could be on the steel sector. >>

Conference on steel use in construction applications

Conference on steel use in construction applications

    The Czech Constructional Steelwork Association will ... >>

China is dumping steel on the global market

China is dumping steel on the global market

Learn how China is having immense impact on the global steel market. >>

Fighting unfair trade practices

Fighting unfair trade practices

The EU has beefed up its trade defense tools against unfair trade practices of third countries. >>

How Czech steel companies invest in reducing emissions

How Czech steel companies invest in reducing emissions

Czech steel producers have invested over CZK 40 billion directly in technologies that capture harmful emissions since 1993. They have also invested approximately the same amount in upgrading the production facilities. >>