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US steel industry wins trade case against China
US steel industry wins trade case against China

27/06/2008

WASHINGTON (AP) -- U.S. steel pipe manufacturers, who have been battling a surge in imports from China, won a major victory Friday when the International Trade Commission cleared the way for the imposition of stiff penalty tariffs for the next five years.
EC’s decision to stop GSP being applied to VN leather shoes ‘unfair’
EC’s decision to stop GSP being applied to VN leather shoes ‘unfair’

27/06/2008

Industry and Trade Deputy Minister Nguyen Thanh Bien spoke with the press about the European Commission’s decision to exclude Vietnamese leather shoe exports to the EU from the list of products eligible for the Generalised System of Preferences.
Italian shoemakers want tariff on Vietnamese rivals extended
Italian shoemakers want tariff on Vietnamese rivals extended

27/06/2008

Italian shoe producers are pushing for the European Commission (EC) to renew anti-dumping tariffs on non-athletic leather shoes imported to Europe from Vietnam, a Vietnamese trade official said.
GSP+ loss will cost public as well as businesses
GSP+ loss will cost public as well as businesses

27/06/2008

Sri Lankan industries, outside the garments sector, say the loss of the European Union’s GSP+ duty free export scheme will dearly cost the public as well as businesses. As it is, public funds have already been invested to build export capacity to use the GSP+. The industries using the scheme have also increased, linking the trade scheme with incomes and jobs...
EC decision stamps on Vietnam’s footwear industry
EC decision stamps on Vietnam’s footwear industry

24/06/2008

VietNamNet Bridge - Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Nguyen Thanh Bien says the European Commission’s decision to remove imported Vietnamese-made footwear from its generalised system of preferences (GSP) will have negative impacts on Vietnamese footwear workers.
Europe’s trade policies keep Vietnam’s footwear industry guessing
Europe’s trade policies keep Vietnam’s footwear industry guessing

24/06/2008

VietNamNet Bridge - It is likely that Vietnamese leather hats and shoes exported to Europe will no longer be subject to an anti-dumping tax rate of 10% after October, according to the Competition Administration Department of the Ministry of Industry and Trade. This should be very good news for the leather industry in Viet Nam.
US ITC keeps AD duty on silicon metal from Russia
US ITC keeps AD duty on silicon metal from Russia

24/06/2008

It is reported that US International Trade Commission determined revoking the existing antidumping duty order on silicon metal from Russia would be likely to lead to continuation or recurrence of material injury within a reasonably foreseeable time.
CCCMC firmly opposes US DOC ruling on pipes
CCCMC firmly opposes US DOC ruling on pipes

24/06/2008

According to industry association statement, China Chamber of Commerce of Metals Minerals & Chemicals Importers & Exporters was deeply unhappy with and strongly opposed to US affirmative determination on the anti dumping and anti subsidy probe into steel pipes imported from China.
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