CRU: Indonesian Stainless Steel Exports Likely to be Hit by Updated Safeguards

  • Sep 10, 2019
  • PR Newswire

The European Commission implemented adjustments to the safeguard measures, due to come into force on 1 October. These are modifications which aim to balance pressure from steelmakers to tighten the safeguards and importers' interest in maintaining regular trade flows.

In this spotlight we focus on the effect of the new regulations on Indonesian stainless exports; if you have any question regarding the other amendments please get in touch with us to discuss.

The following are the eight main implemented changes to the safeguard quotas:

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