EU Exempts Serbia
EU Exempts Serbia

EU Exempts Serbia

EU Exempts Serbia

The European Commission has excluded Serbia from a decision to impose anti-dumping measures and duties on imports of steel and steel products. This will make the Chinese-owned HBIS Group steel mill in Smederevo more competitive than other exporters, Tanjug reported on Friday. The agency said that it learned unofficially that the decision had been signed by European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker. Serbian PM Ana Brnabic commented on the decision Friday to say that it had “enormous significance” for the country and the steel mill in Smederevo.


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