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Imported steel and aluminium to article 232 of the national security implications of the results of the survey

by:CNS     2020-07-10
Imported steel and aluminium to article 232 of the national security implications of the results of the survey of Ministry of Commerce on February 16, 2018, issued on imported steel and aluminium to article 232 of the national security implications of the results of the survey, the commerce minister, suggest to the President, he considered the following alternative measures to solve the problem of steel imports, imports from all countries or regions with global tariff at least 24% of all steel from 12 countries ( Brazil, China, costa rica, Egypt, India, Malaysia, the republic of Korea, Russia, South Africa, Thailand, Turkey and Vietnam) All of the import tariffs on steel imports of at least 53% from all other countries is equal to 100% of its exports to the United States in 2017, or all the steel products from all countries quota is equivalent to 63% of each country exports to the United States in 2017. Each of these remedies to domestic steel production capacity increase from the current 73% to about 80% of the capacity, is this industry the lowest ratio required for long-term viability. Each remedial measures are applicable to all countries and all steel products, in order to prevent the escape. Tariffs and quotas to supplement existing any responsibility. The report recommends that the lack of enough ability of domestic air transport company in Shanghai, for the sake of national security should be allowed to Shanghai by air company requirement to exclude specific products. Awarded by any exclusion may lead to the rest of the product tariffs or quotas to change in order to maintain the overall effect.
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