India slaps additional tax on some Chinese steel imports Sep 09, 2017 0 301 12345 NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India has imposed an additional import tax on certain stainless steel flat products from China for five years in order to curb influx of cheaper foreign imports, a government statement said on Friday. The government imposed 18.95 percent countervailing duty on some hot-rolled and cold-rolled stainless steel flat products, a first such levy on a steel product. This is aimed at helping local steel makers benefit when there is surge in imports, it said. (reuters) Pages 123 POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Brent oil nears $55 as Irma heads for Florida Sep 09, 2017 0 422 Massive credit bureau hack raises troubling questions Sep 09, 2017 0 322 China to buy QIA, Glencore stake in Rosneft for $9 billion Sep 09, 2017 0 176 Indian rupee hits 1-month high of 63.78 against dollar PTI Mumbai Steering its spectacular run for the third straight session, the Indian rupee on Friday surged by 27 paise to hit a fresh one-month high of 63.78 against the dollar as the beleaguered US currency continued its .. FBI probing if Uber used software to interfere with rivals New YORK The Federal Bureau of Investigation is probing to see if Uber Technologies had used software to illegally interfere with its competitors, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday. The probe is focusing on an .. EU ministers to seek Google tax reform Brussels EU finance ministers are set to discuss changing rules so that tech giants such as Google or Facebook are on the hook to pay more taxes in Europe, according to an EU document seen by AFP on Friday. EU regulators have ..