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Trump stays adamant, may raise China tariffs
Trump stays adamant, may raise China tariffs

26/11/2018

US President Donald Trump said on Monday he expected to move ahead with raising tariffs on US$200 billion in Chinese imports to 25 per cent from the current 10 per cent and repeated his threat to slap tariffs on all remaining imports from China.
Vietnam: Steel firms strive to stay strong
Vietnam: Steel firms strive to stay strong

23/11/2018

In recent months, Việt Nam’s steel industry has had to compete with a rising amount of imported steel in the domestic market and faces a number of anti-dumping investigations in export destinations, reported the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
PH: Surge in palm oil imports raises fears of dumping
PH: Surge in palm oil imports raises fears of dumping

23/11/2018

Piñol said the Department of Agriculture (DA) was taken aback when palm oil imports jumped by 900 percent on an annual basis and breached 200 million kilograms (kg) in 2017.
Import tariffs should apply to Woodfibre LNG modules, border services says
Import tariffs should apply to Woodfibre LNG modules, border services says

23/11/2018

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) said on Friday that the modules to be used in a liquefied natural gas export terminal near Vancouver should be subject to hefty import tariffs on certain steel elements, in a blow to the proposed $1.6-billion project.
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Chile's CNDP recommends no antidumping duty on Mexico's rebar imports

23/11/2018

Sao Paulo — Chile's Anti-Price Distortion Commission (CNDP) said Friday it has decided not to recommend an antidumping duty on imports of rebar from Mexico.
S. Korea, China hold talks on trade remedies
S. Korea, China hold talks on trade remedies

21/11/2018

South Korea and China held talks on Tuesday to discuss ways to ease trade disputes and expand investment opportunities between the two nations, Seoul's trade ministry said.
In dumping probe, China spooks Australia grain trade already sweating out drought hit
In dumping probe, China spooks Australia grain trade already sweating out drought hit

21/11/2018

BEIJING/SYDNEY (Reuters) - China on Monday launched a probe into whether Australian barley suppliers dumped cheap imports into their biggest market over the past year, catching the grain trade on the hop just as drought shrivels Australian crops and drives prices higher.
EU’s Document on E-Bike Dumping Accuses China of State Interference and Distorting Competition
EU’s Document on E-Bike Dumping Accuses China of State Interference and Distorting Competition

21/11/2018

BRUSSELS, Belgium – The last Thursday published “General Final Disclosure Document” on “Case AD643 – Anti-dumping proceeding concerning imports of electric bicycles originating in the People’s Republic of China” brings to light the motivations that lead to the European Union’s intention to impose high dumping duties on e-bikes imported from China. The European Commission’s motivations vary from state interference by China...
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