Steel plays a vital role as an enabler for transitioning to a CO2 neutral and circular economy. The fact that steel maintains its inherent properties, through multiple recycling loops, means it remains permanently available to the society. However, there are still some aspects of policy that fail to recognise and limit our contribution to a more circular economy. The main issues and proposed solutions are summarised below and further detailed in the attached paper sent to the open feedback consultation by the EU Commission.
These are the main areas covered in this position paper:
EUROFER's response to the public consultation on the EU trade policy review
EUROFER supports the ambitious White Paper on Foreign Subsidies and agrees with the Commission on the presence of a regulatory gap, which we believe exists and needs to be filled.
Brussels, 16 November 2020 – The European Steel Association (EUROFER) has welcomed the start of the registration of Turkish hot-rolled steel imports. This could potentially lead to the retroactive application of anti-dumping duties that are normally scheduled for January 2021.