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Aluminum Seen Facing ‘Doomsday’ If Rusal Sanctions Proceed

Aluminum faces a “doomsday scenario” if the U.S. proceeds with sanctions on United Co. Rusal in October, according to Wood Mackenzie Ltd., which says prices could exceed their seven-year highs in April. The market outside China is already in deficit, ...

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India may impose anti-dumping on Straight Length Bars & Rods of Alloy Steel from China

India may impose anti-dumping duty on Straight Length Bars & Rods of Alloy Steel from China. Directorate General of Trade Remedies announced “The Authority notes that the investigation was initiated, and it was notified to all the interested parties. Adequate ...

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US rejects India’s request to join Russia in WTO dispute

Signalling its unwillingness to be flexible on its decision to impose penal import duties on aluminium and steel from countries such as India, Russia and China, the US has rejected New Delhi’s request to be an interested party in the ...

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Decision on Canada steel safeguards soon

Minister for Canada’s economic development Mr Navdeep Bains as saying that the government plans to make a decision on safeguards against steel dumping in the coming weeks. Speaking at a summit in Hamilton, Ont., on the steel industry, Mr Bains ...

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Trump threatens duties on nearly all Chinese imports

US President Donald Trump warned on Friday he was ready to slap tariffs on virtually all Chinese imports into the United States, threatening duties on another USD 267 billion of goods on top of USD 200 billion in imports primed ...

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Performance difference between 304 and 304L stainless steel

304 stainless steel is the most widely used austenitic stainless steel, and it is also called 18-8 stainless steel, because this kind of stainless steel contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel. 304 physical properties of stainless steel: Density: 0.803g / ...

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