A long-running packaging steel dispute in India is likely to worsen for domestic canmakers after a government body recommended adoption of restrictions on some cheap imports. The nation’s Directorate General for Trade Remedies (DGTR) has said a proposed anti-dumping measure to prevent imports of under-priced tinplate should go ahead. The move would limit the availability…

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