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KORUS FTA Doesn’t Protect South Korea From Section 232 Investigations
KORUS FTA Doesn’t Protect South Korea From Section 232 Investigations

10/08/2018

Despite reaching an agreement on trade with the U.S., South Korea hasn’t seen any relief from Section 232 investigations.
Vietnam’s steel exports affected by anti-dumping investigations/
Vietnam’s steel exports affected by anti-dumping investigations/

08/08/2018

On July 24, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) releases a final judgment about imported cold-rolled coil steel from China, South Korea and Vietnam for domestic steel manufacturing.
India confident of achieving solar targets at affordable tariffs despite levying safeguard duty
India confident of achieving solar targets at affordable tariffs despite levying safeguard duty

08/08/2018

New Delhi: India remains confident that the imposition of safeguard duty on solar cell and module imported from China and Malaysia will not impact its marquee solar power programme, said Anand Kumar, secretary in the ministry of new and renewable energy.
India: Anti-dumping duty on
India: Anti-dumping duty on 'methylene chloride' from US, EU extended by one year

08/08/2018

NEW DELHI: The Finance Ministry has extended by one year the validity of existing anti-dumping duty on 'methylene chloride' -- a chemical used by Pharma companies -- imports from the US and the European Union.
U.S.: Tariffs continue on newsprint — for now
U.S.: Tariffs continue on newsprint — for now

08/08/2018

The U.S. Department of Commerce is moving ahead with tariffs on imported Canadian newsprint, albeit lower than those initially proposed.
​US threatens raising tariffs to 25% on $200 billion of Chinese goods
​US threatens raising tariffs to 25% on $200 billion of Chinese goods

02/08/2018

(CNN)The Trump administration is considering increasing the rate of proposed tariffs to 25% on an additional $200 billion worth of goods from China.
China vows retaliation if Trump slaps 25% tariff on US$200 billion of Chinese imports
China vows retaliation if Trump slaps 25% tariff on US$200 billion of Chinese imports

02/08/2018

BEIJING/WASHINGTON: China said on Wednesday that "blackmail" wouldn't work and that it would hit back if the United States takes further steps hindering trade, as the Trump administration considers slapping a 25 per cent tariff on US$200 billion worth of Chinese goods.
​Vietnam: Steel exporters warned of the risk of exceeding export quotas to Europe
​Vietnam: Steel exporters warned of the risk of exceeding export quotas to Europe

02/08/2018

NDO – The Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam, under the Ministry of Industry and Trade, has issued warnings to steel exporters to European countries.
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