New Anti-Dumping Tariffs on China Steel

Published on Author Sam Wilson

To keep with the trend of Steel related posts, the EU will apply tariffs of up to 25.2 percent for sheet, coil and strip stainless steel imports from China. This Tariff comes following a complaint by the “European steel producers association, Eurofer.” According to Eurofer, in 2013 China and Taiwan shipped in an impressive “620… Continue reading New Anti-Dumping Tariffs on China Steel

Why Chinese Steel Exports Are Stirring Protests

Published on Author Sam Wilson

In order to help keep its economy afloat, China’s steel industry has been cranking out steel, “flooding the world with exports” and causing a fear for falling steel prices. China’s ramping up the steel industry is causing steel companies around the world to loose profit and forcing some to cut down on cost, mainly workers. For… Continue reading Why Chinese Steel Exports Are Stirring Protests

Foreign Auto Firms Under Fire in China

Published on Author Sam Wilson

Earlier today, as part of the annual World Consumer Rights Day campaign, China’s government-controlled television broadcast took aim at foreign carmakers and dealers. The problems they alleged ranged from pricing to quality in the auto-industry market. The main targets were Tata Motors Ltd’s Jaguar Land Rover, Voltswagen, as well as the some dealers. The CCTV… Continue reading Foreign Auto Firms Under Fire in China

China Takes the Lead from US in Foreign Investment

Published on Author Sam Wilson

In 2014, China took the edge over the US in foreign direct investment, a feat that no country has been able to achieve since the US took hold in 2003.  Looking at the charts, we can tell that China has had a relatively steady increase over the past twenty years and shows stability. Whereas looking at… Continue reading China Takes the Lead from US in Foreign Investment