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EC’s anti dumping duties do not apply to Serbian steelmaker

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Serbia’s only steelmaker, Chinese-owned Zelezara Smederevo, will not be affect by the European Commission’s anti-dumping duties on China’s steel products.

This is what the EU delegation to Serbia said on its website, in a statement entitled, “False news about anti-dumping duties.”

According to this, EC’s January 27 decision has no impact on the import of Serbian steel in the EU.

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“It is limited to exports from China and Taiwan of stainless steel tube and pipe butt-welding fittings. However, an investigation could be initiated if they attempt trans-ship these product to sell them in the EU as produced in Serbia,” the EU delegation to Serbia said, adding:

“This decision is also completely unrelated to the ongoing anti-dumping investigation on steel imports from Brazil, Russia, Ukraine, Serbia and Iran. This separate investigation concerns a different set of products: hot rolled flat products of iron, non-alloy or other alloy steel.”

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