MEXICO CITY, June 9 (Reuters) - Mexico's government said on Tuesday it has imposed provisional import duties on hot-rolled steel from Germany, China and France amid an ongoing anti-dumping investigation.
The government said in its official gazette it was imposing a duty of 25.43 percent on imports from ArcelorMittal Bremen and of 36.08 percent on imports from other German companies.
It imposed duties of 72.16 percent on imports from Tangshan, and of 78.96 percent from other Chinese companies. And it imposed duties of 12.42 percent on imports from ArcelorMittal Mediterranee, and of 14.12 percent on other French companies. (Reporting by Veronica Gomez and Dave Graham)