The European Commission has started another investigation of ferrosilicon imports from China and Russia.
The previous antidumping duties, imposed in April 2014, have expired.
The initiative to start a new investigation came from Euroalliages. The association believes that the cancellation of duties will result in new dumping deliveries and damages to the European companies.
Duties on ferrosilicon imports from Russia, China and some other countries were initially introduced in 2008.
Since 2014 the duty for the Russian companies has been 22.7%, and for Chinese – 31.2%. (Ukrainian metal)