- The anti-dumping duty has been levied for six months
- SAIL, JSW Steel, Tata Steel had lobbied for protectionist measures
- Cheap imposed from China have impacted profit margins of these companies
New Delhi: India imposed a provisional anti-dumping duty on imports of hot-rolled steel products from China, a government statement said on Thursday, to reduce overseas purchases of the alloy and shield local mills.
The anti-dumping duty has been levied for six months, the notification said.
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