Mexican steel group urges import vigilance
Jan 11, 2012 | 03:39 PM
| Stephen Downer
MEXICO CITY Mexicos iron and steel association has urged the countrys government to remain vigilant in the face of steel imports from China.
Although Cámara Nacional de la Industria del Hierro y del Acero (Canacero) reiterated its support for fair trade in a statement Wednesday, it also stressed that competition should be on a "level playing field."
"For this reason, we urge (Mexicos economics ministry) to remain permanently vigilant with regard to imports of steel products and goods with a high content of steel from China," the association said.
Canacero said it was moved to issue its latest warning about China after a number of European steel producers complained to the European Commission about alleged unfair Chinese trading practices (AMM, Jan. 10).....
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