The EU issued a warning to China regarding mainland restrictions on exports of coking coal, saying that failure to rescind the restrictions could lead to legal action, according to a Financial Times report. According to the report, EU officials complained to China's government about the export restriction, which they said is aimed at protecting China's domestic steel industry. The unavailability of coking coal from China on international markets has affected global supplies of the raw material used in steelmaking, which the EU said has forced European prices upward, the report said.
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