Exclusive: Indian steel firms seek higher duties on steel imports as prices drop

Indian steel firms are putting pressure on the nation's government to impose higher duties on imports as trade disputes and a global economic slowdown divert surplus Asian steel stocks to India, industry executives and government sources said.
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