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Parliamentary questions
26 April 2016
P-003324-16
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 130
Amjad Bashir (ECR)

 Subject:  EU response to Chinese steel dumping
 Answer(s) 

Discussions over China's status as a market economy coupled with concerns over chronic steel dumping come at a particularly sensitive time for the British steel industry.

There are enormous discrepancies between the anti-dumping tariffs applied by the US and those applied by the EU. This only reinforces the perception that not enough is being done to fight steel dumping.

Can the Commission explain why it is not applying anti-dumping tariffs that are as aggressive as those being applied by the US?

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