Exports of Slovenia's Electrical Steel to EU No Longer Threatened
Brussels, 16 July - As the EU on Tuesday increased the quota for the imports of electrical steel from 41,000 to 74,000 tonnes, the Slovene exports of this type of steel to the EU are no longer under threat, Renata Vitez of the Slovene Economics Ministry said today after holding talks with European Commission officials. It was feared that as the quota was filling up rapidly, Slovene steel maker Acroni Jesenice, which exports an annual 30,000 tonnes of electrical steel to the EU, might get into serious trouble.
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