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EU terminates anti-dumping investigation of Chinese PVA
EU terminates anti-dumping investigation of Chinese PVA

18/03/2008

BRUSSELS, March 10 (Xinhua) -- The European Union (EU) announced Monday it will terminate its anti-dumping investigation of Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA) imports from the Chinese mainland and Taiwan.
South Africa: EU Hits Delta With Five-Year Duty
South Africa: EU Hits Delta With Five-Year Duty

18/03/2008

ELECTRICAL products group Delta Electrical Industries, which was yesterday slapped with a five-year duty by the European Union (EU), said its customers would be liable for the duty.
How opposing sides view the issue of citrus
How opposing sides view the issue of citrus 'dumping'

13/03/2008

BRADENTON -- When Colin Carter takes his kids to the grocery store to buy a gallon of orange juice, he tells them at the check-out counter: "We're being taxed to benefit the growers in Florida."
Chinese silk faces rough weather
Chinese silk faces rough weather

13/03/2008

BANGALORE: This may come as a succour for domestic raw silk producers. The Centre has quietly re-imposed the anti-dumping duty on Chinese silk yarn (raw silk) imports for one year. Currently, the landed price of Chinese raw silk is around $27.97 per kg. The anti-dumping duty is levied if the landed price is lower than the domestic price.
CVD stalls plans of weaving industry
CVD stalls plans of weaving industry

13/03/2008

The re-imposition of 8 per cent countervailing duty (CVD) on shuttleless looms in Budget 2008-09 will affect the domestic weaving industry and stall expansion plans.
Hard times for free traders
Hard times for free traders

13/03/2008

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - To hear some presidential candidates and European leaders talk, you would think hard times lay ahead for advocates of free trade.
Sweden tries to unite EU
Sweden tries to unite EU's free traders

13/03/2008

BRUSSELS, March 10 (Reuters) - Sweden is trying to rally pro-free trade countries in the European Union to unite against what it sees as a better organised protectionist camp in the bloc, the country's trade minister said on Monday.
WTO panel rules against U.S. in shrimp cases
WTO panel rules against U.S. in shrimp cases

11/03/2008

GENEVA (Reuters) - U.S. measures targeting cheap imports of shrimp from India and Thailand are illegal, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) ruled on Friday, in the latest setback to Washington's efforts to tackle unfairly priced imports.
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