Australia's NZ Steel continues campaign against Chinese imports with third dumping complaint

Paul McBeth
Wed, 11 Apr 2018

By Paul McBeth April 11 (BusinessDesk) - Australian-owned New Zealand Steel is persisting with its campaign to secure greater protection from Chinese imports, lodging its third complaint that dumped foreign-produced goods are undercutting local manufacturers.  The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has started two new investigations into Chinese and Malaysian steel products, the third such probe triggered by BlueScope Steel subsidiary NZ Steel since it first sought an inquiry in 2016. MBIE general manager science, innovation...

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