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EU Proposes Restoring Anti-Subsidy Duties on Argentine Biodiesel - Document
EU Proposes Restoring Anti-Subsidy Duties on Argentine Biodiesel - Document

03/12/2018

The European Commission has proposed reinstating anti-subsidy duties on imports of Argentine biodiesel after massive shipments of cheap biodiesel from Latin America into the European Union threatened its industry, an EU document seen by Reuters shows.
U.S. department of commerce announces antidumping duty rates and additional countervailing duty rates on quartz surface products from China
U.S. department of commerce announces antidumping duty rates and additional countervailing duty rates on quartz surface products from China

30/11/2018

The U.S. Department of Commerce (“Commerce”) announced its preliminary determination that imports of quartz surface products from China are being dumped into the U.S., violating existing U.S. trade laws.  As a result, Commerce will impose antidumping (“AD”) duties on such imports ranging from 242.10 to 341.29%.   
"Enforcement of US antidumping laws needed to stop decline of US tomato industry"
"Enforcement of US antidumping laws needed to stop decline of US tomato industry"

30/11/2018

Below is a statement from the Florida Tomato Exchange.
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VN's shrimp exports at risk from antibiotic residues

28/11/2018

A recent survey conducted by the local authorities in Phu Tan District, Ca Mau Province, about shrimp raising and wastewater treatment showed that only 53 out of 119 shrimp farm owners followed wastewater regulations. This is a common issue across Vietnam.
Barley dumping allegations hit grain market
Barley dumping allegations hit grain market

28/11/2018

No anti-dumping duties or tariffs have been applied by China to Australian barley exports in the wake of dumping allegations being levelled against Australia.
Vietnam wins steel dispute with Indonesia
Vietnam wins steel dispute with Indonesia

28/11/2018

Vietnam had won a three-year dispute with Indonesia regarding safeguards on certain iron and steel products, according to the Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam.
Congress should end electric car subsidies, not expand them
Congress should end electric car subsidies, not expand them

28/11/2018

In 2008, in an effort to coax more Americans into buying “green” vehicles, the federal government instituted the electric vehicle (EV) tax credit.
Vietnamese steel faces anti-dumping investigations
Vietnamese steel faces anti-dumping investigations

26/11/2018

From mid-July to early August 2018, there were eight trade defense cases initiated by other countries towards steel products imported from Vietnam, local media reported on Friday.
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