EU steel consumers call for end to safeguard measures in June 2021

Eight industry associations representing various steel end-consumers in Europe have sent a letter to the European Commission (EC) asking for termination of the region’s safeguard measures imposed on steel imports.

The European Commission started an investigation on February 26 into the possible extension of existing safeguard measures, which are applied to imports of 26 steel product categories.
The safeguard measures were imposed for an initial period of three years and are scheduled to expire on June 30, 2021.

The coalition of EU trade associations, representing the interests of downstream users of steel, consists of the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA), Home Appliance Europe (APPLiA), the Committee for European Construction Equipment (CECE), the European Agricultural Machinery Association (CEMA), the European...

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Maria Tanatar

March 04, 2021

17:12 GMT

London