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China set to Flood America with Cheap Textiles
China set to Flood America with Cheap Textiles

23/01/2008

Concerned about Chinese toys that contain lead flooding themarket? We ain’t seen nothin’ yet, folks! “According to an agreement betweenChina and the EU, exports of China's textile products to the EU countries willnot be subject to any quantity limits starting this year, and textile exportquotas to the US will be abolished in 2009” (CCTV, Jan. 11, 2008).
Illinois Resident Pleads Guilty to Illegally Dealing in Falsely Labeled Fish from Vietnam
Illinois Resident Pleads Guilty to Illegally Dealing in Falsely Labeled Fish from Vietnam

21/01/2008

WASHINGTON — David S. Wong, a resident ofElk Grove Village,Ill.,pleaded guilty today in U.S. District Court inLos Angeles to violating the Lacey Act forpurchasing and re-selling a specific species of fish in the catfish family whenhe reasonably should have known that the fish had been imported illegally, theJustice Department announced.
EU Member Nations Divided On Anti-Dumping Tariffs
EU Member Nations Divided On Anti-Dumping Tariffs

21/01/2008

Brussels, Belgium (AHN) - The European trade commissionerhas again delayed plans to reform the EU's trade defense policy to protectmember nations from foreign competitors, such as China, dumping goods atbelow-cost prices.
India to help exporters financially to contest dumping cases abroad
India to help exporters financially to contest dumping cases abroad

21/01/2008

 Also to assist in anti-money laundering law compliance litigations  In a significant attempt to help the exporting community, the Government has now decided to extend financial assistance to exporters for contesting anti-dumping duty related litigations in foreign countries.
EU seen imposing duties on US biodiesel
EU seen imposing duties on US biodiesel

21/01/2008

LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union is likely to imposecountervailing duties on U.S. biodiesel imports this year, the head of a majorUK biodiesel company said on Monday
Textile exporters prepare for quota-free trade
Textile exporters prepare for quota-free trade

21/01/2008

According to an agreement betweenChinaand the EU, exports ofChina'stextile products to the EU countries will not be subject to any quantity limitsstarting this year. And textile export quotas to theUS will be abolished in 2009.
WTO members adopt dispute panel ruling on ‘salmon’
WTO members adopt dispute panel ruling on ‘salmon’

17/01/2008

The WTODispute Settlement Body, which comprises all members, adopted on 15 January2008 the panel report onNorway’scomplaint against the EU’s anti-dumping measures on salmon. The meeting alsodiscussed implementation of two earlier rulings in cases involvingBrazil’s import ban on retreaded tyres andJapan’scountervailing duties on dynamic random access memories from Rep. Korea.
Anti-dumping row roils WTO, isolates U.S.
Anti-dumping row roils WTO, isolates U.S.

16/01/2008

GENEVA (Reuters) - An arcane row at theWorld Trade Organization (WTO) pitting theUnited States against the rest ofthe group's members on how to deal with unfairly priced imports has raisedtemperatures like few other issues there. 
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