* Fixed or floating tariffs proposed * Proposed rate 10 percent for ore, 30 percent for steel * Analysts say tariffs would cause production decline * Steelmakers' shares fall 0.5-1.6 percent, below index (Rewrites with new source, analysts, share price) By Polina Devitt MOSCOW, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Russia's Ministry for Economic Development has proposed setting export duties on iron ore and rolled steel and forcing steelmakers to sign long contracts with clients in a bid to prevent ...
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