U.S. steel import curbs seen scuttling India’s rising exports: minister


NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India’s ambition to become a major steel exporter could be disrupted by U.S. import curbs, Steel Minister Chaudhary Birender Singh said, underscoring the need for free trade.

“Our exports have increased substantially, about 40 percent growth during January to December,” Singh told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday, referring to 2017.

“What I foresee is that our exports are going to grow. In that case, these kind of disturbances should not take place.”

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