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Philippines likely to import more rice from VN
Philippines likely to import more rice from VN

18/05/2017

The Philippines is likely to import an additional 250,000 tonnes of rice from Việt Nam and Thailand.
Anti-dumping duty imposed on Chinese chemical, aluminium foil
Anti-dumping duty imposed on Chinese chemical, aluminium foil

18/05/2017

India has imposed anti-dumping duty on a Chinese chemical used in pharma industry and aluminium foil to protect domestic industry from cheap imports.
Japan becomes largest importer of VN’s shrimps
Japan becomes largest importer of VN’s shrimps

17/05/2017

Japan has become the largest market for Vietnamese shrimps, accounting for 21.9 per cent of the country’s shrimp export value in the first quarter of 2017.
U.S. to start probes of Boeing dumping claims against Bombardier jet
U.S. to start probes of Boeing dumping claims against Bombardier jet

17/05/2017

U.S. government officials on Thursday are set to begin investigating Boeing Co's unfair trade claims against Canadian rival Bombardier, a two-track action that could lead to U.S. duties on Bombardier's new jetliner and also pits Boeing against Delta Air Lines Inc .
India slaps anti-dumping duties on Korean steel for 5 yrs
India slaps anti-dumping duties on Korean steel for 5 yrs

17/05/2017

India has slapped anti-dumping duties on South Korean steel products for five years to better protect its homegrown industry, the country's trade promotion agency said Tuesday. 
Malaysia: Govt launches probe on alleged dumping of stainless steel
Malaysia: Govt launches probe on alleged dumping of stainless steel

17/05/2017

KUALA LUMPUR: The Government has launched a preliminary investigation on cold rolled stainless steel (CRSS) imports that originate in, or are exported from, China, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand.
Seafood exporters slam red tape
Seafood exporters slam red tape

17/05/2017

The Government will likely ease the requirement for seafood enterprises to submit declarations of conformity with food safety regulations, officials said at a conference on Saturday.
Global Steel Overcapacity: Trade Remedy “Cure” Is Worse than the “Disease”
Global Steel Overcapacity: Trade Remedy “Cure” Is Worse than the “Disease”

17/05/2017

Antidumping and countervailing duty (AD/CVD) measures are unable to fix the low-price problem afflicting U.S. steel producers because they amount to no more than a band-aid that can’t heal the wound. Worse, such trade remedy measures do great harm to manufacturing companies by making steel in the United States higher in price than in most of the rest of the world....
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