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Iron, steel exports face most trade-defense lawsuits
Iron, steel exports face most trade-defense lawsuits

28/06/2018

Vietnamese exports have been subject to an increasing number of protectionist measures overseas, and most of the trade-defense lawsuits have been filed against Vietnamese iron and steel exports, officials said.
US trade judge deals Mazzetta setback in Vietnamese shrimp fee case
US trade judge deals Mazzetta setback in Vietnamese shrimp fee case

28/06/2018

The Commerce Department has less than 60 days to better explain how it applied an antidumping duty of 4.78% on Vietnamese shrimp in 2014, but it’s received a thumbs up to keep using its current approach for setting such duties.
​Tariff on Chinese products not to affect Sino-Pak trade ties
​Tariff on Chinese products not to affect Sino-Pak trade ties

28/06/2018

BEIJING: Pakistan’s recent decision imposing anti-dumping duties on color-coated coil imports from China will not affect the growing Sino-Pak deep-rooted relationship, says a report published in the Global Times on Wednesday.
​Steel users file suit over Trump tariff
​Steel users file suit over Trump tariff

28/06/2018

WASHINGTON – A new 25 percent tariff on imported steel faces a legal challenge from the American Institute for International Steel.
The trade group and two of its members – SIM-TEX of Texas and Kurt Orban Partners of California – filed suit Wednesday in the U.S. Court of International Trade in New York.
Trade barriers: EU removes record number in response to surge in protectionism
Trade barriers: EU removes record number in response to surge in protectionism

28/06/2018

The annual report on Trade and Investment Barriers, released on 26/06/2018, shows that the European Commission has eliminated the highest number ever of trade barriers faced by EU companies doing business abroad. European exporters reported a major increase in protectionism in 2017.
Explosive claims: China dumping of
Explosive claims: China dumping of 'deadly agent' to be investigated

28/06/2018

Claims that discounted explosives made in China, Sweden and Thailand are being ''dumped” on the domestic market and are damaging the Australian industry will be investigated by the anti-dumping commissioner after three companies called for action.
Ministry of Commerce: Final Review of Anti-dumping Measures on Imports of Methylamine in the EU
Ministry of Commerce: Final Review of Anti-dumping Measures on Imports of Methylamine in the EU

28/06/2018

On June 27, 2013, the Ministry of Commerce issued Notice No. 44 of 2013, which decided to implement the final anti-dumping measures on imported methamphetamine originating in the European Union. The implementation period is five years from June 28, 2013.
S. Korea’s Huvis likely to gain from exempt in U.S. antidumping
S. Korea’s Huvis likely to gain from exempt in U.S. antidumping

28/06/2018

South Korean textile materials manufacturer Huvis Corp. was cleared by the U.S. government on charges of selling low melt polyester staple fiber (PSF) at below market prices in the United States.
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