China warning over dumping

Original article by John Durie Nick Evans
The Australian – Page: 13 & 16 : 17-Jul-20

Data from the Department of Industry shows that Australia exported $79.1bn worth of iron ore to China in 2019. The nation’s export volumes have increased in 2020 despite the coronavirus pandemic. However, the Anti-Dumping Commission has received a submission from China warning that BlueScope Steel’s pursuit of alleged breaches of anti-dumping rules in the steel industry could have a flow-on effect for iron ore producers. BlueScope has lodged almost 20 anti-dumping complaints since 2015.

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BLUESCOPE STEEL LIMITED – ASX BSL AUSTRALIA. ANTI-DUMPING COMMISSION AUSTRALIA. DEPT OF INDUSTRY, SCIENCE, ENERGY AND RESOURCES

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