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Panel finds U.S. washing machine makers hurt by LG, Samsung imports
Panel finds U.S. washing machine makers hurt by LG, Samsung imports

06/10/2017

The U.S. International Trade Commission found on Thursday that surging imports of large residential washing machines harmed domestic producers, a major step toward the imposition of broad duties or quotas on foreign-made Samsung- and LG-brand machines.
Canada drops anti-dumping tariffs against 2 Taiwanese steel firms
Canada drops anti-dumping tariffs against 2 Taiwanese steel firms

06/10/2017

Canada has revoked its anti-dumping tariffs on the products of two Taiwanese steel companies and lowered the duties imposed on Taiwanese steel exporters, following a ruling by the World Trade Organization in favor of Taiwan, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) said Tuesday.
EU revises rules to guard markets against dumping
EU revises rules to guard markets against dumping

04/10/2017

The EU has agreed on a new method for working out whether countries such as China are selling goods at unfairly low prices on the European market, saying that the rules will protect EU industry without falling foul of international standards. 
EU, Britain agree to seek same WTO quotas after Brexi
EU, Britain agree to seek same WTO quotas after Brexi

04/10/2017

Britain and its European Unionpartners have agreed to ask the other members of the World Trade Organization (WTO) to maintain the current level of quotas for farm produce after Brexit, EU sources said on Tuesday, APA reports quoting Reuters.
U.S. files second trade complaint over B.C. wine in grocery stores
U.S. files second trade complaint over B.C. wine in grocery stores

04/10/2017

As dairy products, Bombardier aircraft and softwood lumber continue to bedevil trade relations between Canada and the U.S., negotiators will have to add wine to their list of issues to resolve.
WTO appoints panel to review Bombardier CSeries subsidies
WTO appoints panel to review Bombardier CSeries subsidies

04/10/2017

Bombardier Inc. sustained another blow Sept. 29 as the World Trade Organization (WTO) formally established a panel to review CSeries subsidies at the request of Brazil’s Embraer S.A., just days after the US imposed massive duties after its American rival petitioned its government.
EBMA files anti-dumping complaint against Chinese e-Bikes, warns of “annihilation” of EU makers
EBMA files anti-dumping complaint against Chinese e-Bikes, warns of “annihilation” of EU makers

04/10/2017

The European Bicycle Manufacturer’s Association has revealed that it has lodged an anti-dumping complaint against China’s electric bike export trade.
As India breaches WTO threshold, Centre to seek export subsidy phase-out
As India breaches WTO threshold, Centre to seek export subsidy phase-out

02/10/2017

India will ask the World Trade Organisation (WTO) for a reasonable time frame of eight years to phase out its export subsidies, as the country has breached an income threshold stipulated by the multilateral body to end such sops

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