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India to keep sugar export subsidies despite rival producers
India to keep sugar export subsidies despite rival producers' complain to WTO

17/07/2019

Government and industry officials did not say what kind of changes they are planning to make, though they said they are seeking guidance from WTO experts
(India) Anti-dumping duty likely on aluminium and zinc coated flat products from China, Vietnam and Korea
(India) Anti-dumping duty likely on aluminium and zinc coated flat products from China, Vietnam and Korea

17/07/2019

The government may impose a provisional anti-dumping duty of up to $ 199 per tonne on imports of aluminium and zinc coated flat products from.
Mexican tomato growers making false claims about anti-dumping investigation, says FTE
Mexican tomato growers making false claims about anti-dumping investigation, says FTE

17/07/2019

In the complicated aftermath of the scrapping of the U.S. and Mexico’s Tomato Suspension Agreement and subsequent launch of the antidumping investigation of Mexican tomatoes, there has been an escalating back-and-forth tiradebetween involved parties, the latest of which concerns the Florida Tomato Exchange (FTE) claiming that Mexican growers have made false allegations.
US issues antidumping duty order on tubular goods of Pinchuk’s Interpipe
US issues antidumping duty order on tubular goods of Pinchuk’s Interpipe

17/07/2019

The U.S. Department of Commerce terminates the agreement suspending the antidumping duty investigation against Viktor Pinchuk’s Interpipe Group and plans to restore additional duties on its products.
Hoa Sen Will not be Affected by US Anti-Dumping Tax
Hoa Sen Will not be Affected by US Anti-Dumping Tax

16/07/2019

Steel maker Hoa Sen Group has said its business will not be affected by the US Department of Commerce’s preliminary ruling on the circumvention inquiries it made into Vietnamese cold-rolled steel and corrosion-resistant steel exports.
Made In China: How Tariff Hikes May Trigger Re-Routing Circumvention – Analysis
Made In China: How Tariff Hikes May Trigger Re-Routing Circumvention – Analysis

15/07/2019

The US-China trade war has continued for almost a year, but its effectiveness in preventing some Chinese origin products reaching the US may not be as great as it seems
Indonesia vows to fight EU over palm oil limits
Indonesia vows to fight EU over palm oil limits

15/07/2019

Indonesia’s president, Joko Widodo, has vowed to fight the European Union over plans to restrict the use of palm oil in biofuels as the bloc looks to limit the materials that can be regarded as renewable energy sources.
WTO to formally discuss Japan
WTO to formally discuss Japan's export curbs on S. Korea

15/07/2019

Japan's export restrictions on advanced tech materials that could undermine South Korea's production of semiconductors will be formally discussed at the World Trade Organization, South Korea's commerce ministry said Sunday.
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