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Firms request anti-dumping probe into imported fibreboards
Firms request anti-dumping probe into imported fibreboards

15/02/2019

Four Vietnamese companies have sent a dossier to the Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam (TRAV) to ask for an anti-dumping investigation into medium density fibreboard products from Thailand and Malaysia.
U.S.:Tomato Trade Agreement with Mexico Ends Amidst Dumping Complaints
U.S.:Tomato Trade Agreement with Mexico Ends Amidst Dumping Complaints

14/02/2019

DOC recently announced that the U.S. will be withdrawing from the 2013 Suspension Agreement on Fresh Tomatoes from Mexico. 

EU exempts eight Argentine biodiesel producers from duties
EU exempts eight Argentine biodiesel producers from duties

14/02/2019

Eight Argentine biodiesel producers will be allowed to export to the European Union without paying duties as long as they sell at a set minimum price, the EU’s Official Journal said.
Trump: China trade talks going
Trump: China trade talks going 'very well' before high-level parley

14/02/2019

Stephen Censky said on Wednesday the two presidents were expected to meet “sometime in March,” but no dates were set.
 
The US and India are heading for a showdown on trade
The US and India are heading for a showdown on trade

14/02/2019

The United States is trying to negotiate an end to its trade war with China, but tensions with another big economy are rising.
 
WTO awards South Korea $85 million against U.S. over washing machine tariffs
WTO awards South Korea $85 million against U.S. over washing machine tariffs

08/02/2019

South Korea can impose annual trade sanctions of $84.81 million on the U.S. after challenging U.S. anti-dumping and anti-subsidy tariffs on washing machines, a World Trade Organization arbitration panel ruled on Friday.
Tomato fight: US plans to reopen anti-dumping probe against Mexico
Tomato fight: US plans to reopen anti-dumping probe against Mexico

07/02/2019

President Donald Trump's administration plans to reopen an anti-dumping investigation into Mexican tomatoes and exit a 2013 agreement that has been criticized by U.S. growers, the Commerce Department announced Thursday.
Canadian industry group opposes U.S. trade petition against fabricated steel
Canadian industry group opposes U.S. trade petition against fabricated steel

06/02/2019

A Canadian steel industry group said on Tuesday it would strongly oppose a petition filed by its U.S. counterpart urging anti-dumping duty on certain steel imports from Canada.
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