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Airbus takes control of Bombardier C Series in rebuff to US threat
Airbus takes control of Bombardier C Series in rebuff to US threat

18/10/2017

Airbus SE has agreed to buy a majority stake in Bombardier Inc's CSeries jetliner program, giving a powerful boost to the Canadian plane and train maker in its costly trade dispute with Boeing Co. 
U.S. starts anti-dumping probe into PET resin imports
U.S. starts anti-dumping probe into PET resin imports

18/10/2017

The U.S. Department of Commerce said on Tuesday it began an investigation into whether imports of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) resin from Brazil, Indonesia, South Korea, Pakistan and Taiwan were being dumped in the U.S. market.
Brazil hails WTO decision in chicken case against Indonesia
Brazil hails WTO decision in chicken case against Indonesia

18/10/2017

Brazil said it may renew chicken exports to Indonesia as early as 2018 after a World Trade Organization (WTO) panel ruled on Tuesday that the Southeast Asian country’s restrictions on such imports from the South American nation were unjustified.
Qatar escalates UAE trade dispute, asks WTO to adjudicate
Qatar escalates UAE trade dispute, asks WTO to adjudicate

16/10/2017

Qatar has asked the World Trade Organisation to set up a dispute panel to adjudicate on its row with the United Arab Emirates, Qatar said in a document published by the WTO on Thursday, escalating a trade complaint it lodged with the WTO in July.
MBIE launches two new investigations into claims of Chinese steel dumping
MBIE launches two new investigations into claims of Chinese steel dumping

16/10/2017

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment is taking a new look at claims Chinese steel imports are being dumped in the local market after Australian-owned New Zealand Steel complained it's being unfairly undercut by Asian rivals.
Malaysia
Malaysia's anti-dumping duties imposed on cold-rolled stainless steel imports

16/10/2017

The Malaysian government has imposed provisional anti-dumping duties on cold-rolled stainless steel (CRSS) imports from China, South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand after finding that there is sufficient evidence to continue their investigation.
China urges U.S., EU to abide by WTO rules in anti-dumping investigations
China urges U.S., EU to abide by WTO rules in anti-dumping investigations

13/10/2017

The European Union's new anti-dumping rules that grant separate treatment for imports under "significant market distortions" are not in compliance with World Trade Organization (WTO) obligations, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.
Cyclical Provisions in NAFTA Facelift Raise Anti-Dumping Concerns
Cyclical Provisions in NAFTA Facelift Raise Anti-Dumping Concerns

13/10/2017

The Anti-Dumping Agreement of the World Trade Organization (WTO), sometimes referred to as the AD Agreement, is, in a nutshell, designed to protect businesses in all countries, including American producers, farmers and manufacturers.
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