BY LIZ NEWMARK, in Brussels EUROPEAN steel association EUROFER’s communications director Charles De Lusignan told Metal Bulletin on March 13 that the impact of the USA’s steel and aluminium duties through a loss of US exports, combined with a surge of EU imports, could force EU steel producers to reduce production by more than 10 million tonnes.
By Paul Cochrane in Beirut
Lebanon’s banks are at the frontline, both literally - the country borders war-ravaged Syria north and east - and as they negotiate to preserve or recover correspondent relationships in a de-risking environment.
By Andrew Burnyeat Britain’s Wine & Spirit Trade Association (WTSA) has said its formal relationship with pan-European Union (EU) associations could change should the UK government go ahead with its Brexit referendum mandate and quit the EU.
By Keith Nuthall The UK's vote on June 23 to quit the European Union (EU) creates deep uncertainty over the shape of regulations and legislation in Britain, affecting all economic and professional sectors. As new UK Prime Minister Theresa May takes office, she has the toughest in-tray imaginable – recasting and then renegotiating the UK’s regulatory relationship with the 27 countries remaining in the EU and the EU’s central institutions.