News: China Steel Corp (2002.TW)

2002.TW on Taiwan Stock Exchange

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Fri, Jul 3 2015

Iran steelmakers request import duty hikes, cite cheap China steel

LONDON - Iranian steelmakers have asked the government to raise import duties for certain steels by up to 40 percent as protectionism in the global steel sector gathers pace amid a flood of cheap sales mostly from top producer China.

Iran steelmakers request import duty hikes, cite cheap China steel

LONDON, July 3 - Iranian steelmakers have asked the government to raise import duties for certain steels by up to 40 percent as protectionism in the global steel sector gathers pace amid a flood of cheap sales mostly from top producer China.

BRIEF-China Automotive Engineering Research plans JV with China Steel, CECK Holding

June 24 - China Automotive Engineering Research Institute Co Ltd

Fortescue tie-up with a China steel group makes sense-official

SYDNEY, May 28 - Debt-heavy Australian iron ore miner Fortescue Metals Group could find willing investors in Chinese steel mills anxious to ensure multiple sources of supply for the raw material, a senior Chinese government official said on Thursday.

UPDATE 3-Rio Tinto unshakeable on iron ore expansion plans

* Fortescue, IOC, Kumba under pressure from low prices (Changes dateline, adds analyst comment, detail on rivals)

China Steel to invest $46 million in Taiwan ethanol project

- China Steel Corp plans a commercial-scale project to produce ethanol from waste gases in a push to improve air quality without using food as feedstock, the firm that came up with the technology said on Wednesday.

Cheap is king: Russia, Ukraine add to China steel export flood

SINGAPORE/LONDON - Steelmakers from Asia to Europe are facing increasing pressure from a rise in cheap imports as Russia and Ukraine, armed with weaker currencies, join China in pushing surplus output on to world markets.

Cheap is king: Russia, Ukraine add to China steel export flood

SINGAPORE/LONDON, Feb 27 - Steelmakers from Asia to Europe are facing increasing pressure from a rise in cheap imports as Russia and Ukraine, armed with weaker currencies, join China in pushing surplus output on to world markets.

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