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Canada starts investigation on stainless steel wire products
Canada starts investigation on stainless steel wire products

26/05/2008

Canada Border Services Agency has initiated a reinvestigation of the normal values and export prices of certain stainless steelwire originating in or exported from the South Korea, Switzerland and US andthe amounts of subsidy of certain stainless steel wire originating in orexported from India.
US to continue CVD case on pipes from China and South Korea
US to continue CVD case on pipes from China and South Korea

26/05/2008

The United States International Trade Commission determinedthat there is a reasonable indication that a US industry is materially injuredor threatened with material injury by reason of imports of certain circularwelded carbon quality steel line pipe from China that are allegedly subsidizedand imports of this product from China and Korea that are allegedly sold in theUnited States at less than fair value.
Anti-Dumping Commission to Continue to Support Jamaican Delegation in Geneva
Anti-Dumping Commission to Continue to Support Jamaican Delegation in Geneva

26/05/2008

For the 2008/09 financial year, the Anti-Dumping and Subsidies Commission (ADSC) will continue to provide support for the work of the Jamaican delegation in Geneva, by review, discussion and written comments to the World Trade Organisation Negotiating Group on Rules.
EC asked to consider permanent market access for Pakistan
EC asked to consider permanent market access for Pakistan

26/05/2008

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has asked a visiting delegation of the European Commission (EC) to examine permanent market access for Islamabad under the GSP-plus scheme for a win-win situation for both sides.
Redesigning the EU
Redesigning the EU's trade policy towards China

26/05/2008

The EU should adopt a "global approach" towards China that includes the US, Japan, and medium-sized economies as "key partners," argue Patrick Messerlin and Jinghui Wang in an April paper for the European Centre for International Political Economy (ECIPE).
EU Scraps Tariff On NLMK Steel
EU Scraps Tariff On NLMK Steel

26/05/2008

The European Union on Monday scrapped an 11.5 percent electrical-steel tariff against Novolipetsk Steel, increasing competition for EU producers, such as Germany's ThyssenKrupp.
Woodwork exports still on rise despite libelous accusation
Woodwork exports still on rise despite libelous accusation

26/05/2008

Vietnam’s woodwork exports have been in no way affected by the report released by the UK-based Environmental Investigation Agency and Indonesia’s Telapak, which said that Vietnam uses illegal timber.
Europe should dump anti-dumping
Europe should dump anti-dumping

19/05/2008

Defending Europe’s economy against unfair international trade practices has long been a key element of the European Union’s external policies. It is almost an instinct among some politicians and business leaders that if competition is deemed unfair, the European Commission should marshal new trade defenses. But what are Europeans defending against, and what are “unfair” trade practices anyway?
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