A new report by The Washington Times finds that a significant percentage of steel knives manufactured in the U.K. over the past decade have been manufactured in China.
The report is based on information obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request by The Times, which obtained a copy of a letter from a U.KS. steel manufacturer to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
According to the letter, steel knives sold in the UK since 2005 have been produced in China with more than 50 percent of the total production, and many of the knives have been exported to other countries.
The letter also claims that “the majority of steel blade knife components and knives that are exported to China have been imported from other Asian countries.”
According to The Times:The report indicates that in 2007, there were more than 30,000 steel knives in the United Kingdom, including almost 3,000 in the steel knife industry.
The knives were produced by various companies, and accounted for about 30 percent of all the knives produced in the country.
The steel knife market in the region is highly competitive, with Chinese knives making up more than half of the global market.
In the United States, where steel knife sales are growing rapidly, the steel knives are produced by a number of companies, including the Chinese Taipei-based Tai-Zhen Knife Co.and Taiwan-based BK Cutlery.
In addition, the U,K.
imports more than 90 percent of its steel knife components.
The Times reports that since 2005, the United Sates steel knife production has been largely concentrated in China, and in 2011 accounted for nearly 60 percent of total steel knife exports to China.
This year, U. S. steel knife producers are planning to expand production capacity in the London area, where there are more than 70,000 jobs.
According the letter to Ban Ki -moon, the “most important thing” that the steel industry needs to know about the UK. steel knives industry is that it is a low-cost source of steel for the U.,S.
The Times article cites a number other industry sources, such as the Institute for Labour and Employment (ILEE), which has estimated that the U’s steel knife trade contributes more than $300 million to the Us economy.