According to recent surveys, filling rates for EU steel quotas are declining. This indicates that EU countries are being more careful in fully utilizing their allocated quotas.
Demand in global steel markets is stable, but there are significant differences between different countries and product categories. This shows that the steel sector is on a delicate balance.
The pace of filling the quota allocated by the EU to the global steel market is still slow. Countries such as China, India and South Korea are fully utilizing the quota allocated. But overall, demand is still weak.
According to the latest assessment of steel quotas, the EU steel market remains imbalanced. This is a factor that needs to be taken into account for steel producers and consumers. The steel industry is a dynamic field due to the complexity of international trade and it is important to closely monitor market conditions.
The latest situation in the EU's steel quotas is as follows: