22 December 2023 – China maintains 40% export tariffs on ferrous scrap and stainless steel scrap in 2024. And the Stainless Espresso and Gerber Group team wishes you happy holidays.
Scrap: China maintains 40% export tariffs also in 2024
According to the recently published Chinese Tariff Adjustment Plan for 2024, the export tariffs of 40% on ferrous scrap and stainless steel scrap will remain in force. The Chinese government’s annual list currently includes 107 products that are subject to special export tariffs.
Happy holidays and a successful 2024
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