EC's graphite electrodes anti-dumping probe sparks buying appetite, GES says

By Jon Stibbs
Published: Friday, 12 March 2021

The European Commission’s anti-dumping investigation into Chinese graphite electrodes sales into Europe has sparked a rush for material with market participants making plans in case duties are imposed, according to graphite electrode consultants GES.

Since the EC declared on February 17 it was investigating whether Chinese graphite electrodes producers had broken anti-dumping rules, steel mills have sought to acquire electrodes and avoid any imposition of additional duties.

The rush for material among some buyers has left electrodes producers short of material or making offers...

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