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US slaps tariffs on Chinese steel grates

THE United States Commerce Department announced on Tuesday (Washington time) it will impose preliminary anti-dumping duties on imports of steel gratings from China, adding to the trade disputes between the two countries.

Chinese producers were charged with selling steel gratings by an alleged 14.36 percent to 145.18 percent less than their normal value in the United States, the department said.

The US Customs and Border Protection will collect a cash deposit from importers of China-made steel gratings based on the preliminary ruling.

China's Ministry of Commerce has not responded to the US decision so far but in earlier cases, China blasted the US decision and called such deeds pure protectionism which will harm the global economic recovery.


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