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Europe and Japan near trade deal as U.S. takes protectionist path
Europe and Japan near trade deal as U.S. takes protectionist path

24/06/2017

The European Union and Japan are close to sealing one of the largest trade agreements ever, a deal that could further isolate the United States as President Trump forges a protectionist path.
U.S. starts anti-dumping probe into Taiwanese fiber firms
U.S. starts anti-dumping probe into Taiwanese fiber firms

24/06/2017

The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) has launched an investigation into allegations that synthetic fiber firms in Taiwan and other four countries were dumping their products on the U.S. market at unfairly low prices, according to the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA).
Việt Nam gets nod to export poultry to Japan
Việt Nam gets nod to export poultry to Japan

24/06/2017

Việt Nam will export processed chicken for the first time, starting with Japan, as it has got a go-ahead from the Japanese government and the department of animal health.
Chinese glass faces anti-dumping duty after import surge
Chinese glass faces anti-dumping duty after import surge

23/06/2017

The government is likely to impose anti-dumping duty of up to USD 136.21 per tonne on import of a certain type of Chinese glass in a bid to protect domestic players from cheap imports.
Indonesia ready to clarify palm oil ban issue: Minister Hartarto
Indonesia ready to clarify palm oil ban issue: Minister Hartarto

23/06/2017

The Indonesian government is ready to provide an explanation regarding palm oil ban to the European Union (EU) parliament, Industry Minister Airlangga Hartarto said here on Thursday.
US accuses S. Korean plastics component exporters of dumping
US accuses S. Korean plastics component exporters of dumping

22/06/2017

The United States on Tuesday said South Korean companies were importing a resin used in making plastics at less than fair value. The Commerce Department finding vindicated a complaint lodged by the Eastman Chemical Company, a major US producer of specialty plastics. An anti-dumping investigation by the department determined Korean imports of Dioctyl terephthalate, or DOTP, had been sold in the...
Aluminum industry scrambles to align Trump
Aluminum industry scrambles to align Trump's trade guns

22/06/2017

Aluminum industry executives will line up on Thursday to have their say on whether foreign imports into the United States pose a threat to the country's security.
MEPs Call For Tougher Anti-Dumping Rules
MEPs Call For Tougher Anti-Dumping Rules

21/06/2017

MEPs have backed the European Commission's proposal to introduce tougher anti-dumping rules, but have suggested a number of amendments to the new rules for calculating import duties.
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