UK anti-dumping body recommends lifting limits on steel imports

Decision to suspend safeguarding measures comes after Tata revealed it was looking to shut last two blast furnaces at Port Talbot

The government’s anti-dumping body has recommended that measures limiting the import of certain steel products be lifted after the decision to close the blast furnaces at Port Talbot.

The Trade Remedies Authority, which is charged with protecting UK industry from dumped or subsidised imports, said its preliminary view was to advise the business secretary, Kemi Badenoch, to suspend safeguarding measures on imports of hot-rolled flat and coil steel for a temporary period of nine months.

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