China says it will impose anti-dumping tariffs on stainless steel products from South Korea, Japan, Indonesia and the European Union.
China's Ministry of Commerce announced the results of a probe it conducted last July on such products produced in those countries.
The ministry said the countries' actions were damaging the stainless steel industry in China.
Anti-dumping tariffs will range between 18.one percent and 103.one percent starting Tuesday.
South Korean steelmaker, POSCO, will face a tariff rate of 23.one percent.