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India starts probe into alleged dumping of chemical from China
India starts probe into alleged dumping of chemical from China

29/12/2019

Prima Chemicals had filed an application before the Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR) for investigation of anti-dumping duty concerning imports of "1-Phenyl-3-Methyl-5-Pyrazolone" exported from China.
Malaysia imposes anti-dumping duties on China, Japan, S.Korea and Vietnam steel imports
Malaysia imposes anti-dumping duties on China, Japan, S.Korea and Vietnam steel imports

29/12/2019

Malaysia has imposed anti-dumping duties on cold rolled iron or non-alloy steel coil imports from China, Japan, South Korea and Vietnam for five years, the Ministry of International Trade and Industry said on Thursday.
Vietnam mulls tariffs to protect its coil producers
Vietnam mulls tariffs to protect its coil producers

27/12/2019

Vietnam is mulling tariffs on flat steel imports to protect its domestic steelmakers in the face of lower-cost overseas shipments and new capacity in 2020, adding to oversupply in the market.
Việt Nam’s FDI capital hits 10-year record in 2019
Việt Nam’s FDI capital hits 10-year record in 2019

27/12/2019

Foreign direct investment (FDI) pledged to Việt Nam surpassed US$38 billion this year, marking a 10-year high and representing a year-on-year increase of 7.2 per cent.  
U.S. Launches Antidumping Probe Into Korean Cigarettes
U.S. Launches Antidumping Probe Into Korean Cigarettes

26/12/2019

The U.S. International Trade Commission has launched an antidumping duty investigation into cigarettes imported from South Korea
EVFTA to boost logistics industry development
EVFTA to boost logistics industry development

26/12/2019

The EU-Việt Nam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA) will boost the demand for logistics services and significantly impact on Việt Nam's logistics industry.
European liquor off the menu in Indonesia as trade row escalates
European liquor off the menu in Indonesia as trade row escalates

26/12/2019

What started as a spat with the European Union over Indonesian palm oil has escalated into a far broader trade dispute with imported European spirits and now dairy products caught in the crossfire.  
China to lower import tariffs from January
China to lower import tariffs from January

26/12/2019

Beijing will lower import tariffs on more than 850 products including frozen pork from next month, the finance ministry said Monday, as authorities battle a severe shortage of the meat staple.
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