EU starts LC ferro-chrome anti-dumping probe against China, Russia, Turkey

The European Commission has started an anti-dumping investigation into imports of low-carbon ferro-chrome to the European Union from China, Russia and Turkey, according to the Official Journal of the EU on Friday June 23.

The Commission said the complaint was lodged on May 10, 2017, by the Assn of European ferro-alloy producers, Euroalliages, on behalf of the only EU producer of low-carbon ferro-chrome, (Afarak) Elektrowerk Weisweiler in Germany. Elektrowerk produces low-carbon ferro-chrome and sources chrome ore from company-owned mines in Turkey, according to its website.

The product being investigated is ferro-chrome that contains by weight more than...

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Declan Conway

June 23, 2017

13:00 GMT

Galway