The United States and the European Union are in the advanced stages of negotiating a groundbreaking green steel agreement. This accord aims to not only safeguard the environment but also combat the issue of steel dumping, particularly from China.Ms. Gina Raimondo, the esteemed US Secretary of Commerce, revealed during the American Iron and Steel Institute conference that Trade Representative Ms. Katherine Tai is actively engaged in discussions with the EU and other trade partners. Their collective goal is to establish a novel framework for green steel, characterized by stringent environmental standards that can redefine the global steel industry.By successfully finalizing the green steel agreement, the world will witness an influx of steel that adheres to elevated environmental benchmarks, creating a new paradigm for product standards. As a consequence, China, which falls short of producing steel of comparable quality, may find itself at a disadvantage in international sales.