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South Africa’s steel industry is on its knees after Numsa strike

Shop floors at steel factories across the country were abandoned by 100,000 workers last week. The beleaguered steel industry has warned of a ‘jobs massacre’ if the Numsa strike continues.

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South Africa’s steel industry is on its knees after Numsa strike

Shop floors at steel factories across the country were abandoned by 100,000 workers last week. The beleaguered steel industry has warned of a ‘jobs massacre’ if the Numsa strike continues.

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Steel duties deal to boost competitiveness of local steel sector

MACSTEEL, South Africa’s biggest steel merchant, said yesterday that it had reached an agreement with the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC) that would boost the competitiveness of the local steel sector.

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Steel duties deal to boost competitiveness of local steel sector

MACSTEEL, South Africa’s biggest steel merchant, said yesterday that it had reached an agreement with the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC) that would boost the competitiveness of the local steel sector.

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Macsteel settles safeguard duties case with DTIC and secures two-year reprieve

The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC) and Macsteel have reached a legal settlement in a case brought by the steel merchant after government extended the implementation of safeguard duties on hot-rolled coil (HRC) imports in August last year.

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Macsteel settles safeguard duties case with DTIC and secures two-year reprieve

The Department of Trade, Industry and Competition (DTIC) and Macsteel have reached a legal settlement in a case brought by the steel merchant after government extended the implementation of safeguard duties on hot-rolled coil (HRC) imports in August last year.

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Steel merchant confident of ‘unlawful’ steel import duties court case win

Macsteel CEO, Mike Benfield is bullish about the company’s prospects of success in its court bid to overturn government’s “unlawful” safeguard extension of steel import duties that it claims are crippling the ailing downstream market.

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Steel merchant confident of ‘unlawful’ steel import duties court case win

Macsteel CEO, Mike Benfield is bullish about the company’s prospects of success in its court bid to overturn government’s “unlawful” safeguard extension of steel import duties that it claims are crippling the ailing downstream market.

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WATCH: Steel prices hurt localisation drive

Trade, industry & competition minister Ebrahim Patel stated the obvious in his recent budget speech that “SA’s import to GDP ratio is too high for a country that desperately needs more jobs”. Michael Avery and his panel debate how steel prices hurt the localisation drive, and the economic benefits of sustaining a primary steel producer.

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WATCH: Steel prices hurt localisation drive

Trade, industry & competition minister Ebrahim Patel stated the obvious in his recent budget speech that “SA’s import to GDP ratio is too high for a country that desperately needs more jobs”. Michael Avery and his panel debate how steel prices hurt the localisation drive, and the economic benefits of sustaining a primary steel producer.

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