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Vietnam may earn 4.7 billion USD from fruit, veggie exports in 2018
Vietnam may earn 4.7 billion USD from fruit, veggie exports in 2018

23/07/2018

Fruits and vegetables may earn the country 4.7 billion USD this year, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development. 
EU: Commission imposes provisional safeguard measures on imports of steel products
EU: Commission imposes provisional safeguard measures on imports of steel products

19/07/2018

Brussels, July 18 -- The European Commission published a regulation imposingprovisional safeguard measures concerning imports of steel products. These measures will address the diversion of steel from other countries to the EU market as a result of the recently imposed US tariffs.
European Commission imposes provisional anti-dumping duties on Chinese e-bikes
European Commission imposes provisional anti-dumping duties on Chinese e-bikes

19/07/2018

BRUSSELS July 18 -- The European Commission has imposed provisional anti-dumping duties on e-bikes from China, with tariffs ranging from 21.8 to 83.6 percent, depending on which factory produced the bikes. The tariffs will be applied starting Thursday and will be in place for six months before a final decision is announced.
India: Anti-dumping duty on grinding media balls from China, Thailand extended for five more years
India: Anti-dumping duty on grinding media balls from China, Thailand extended for five more years

19/07/2018

The Finance Ministry has extended the existing anti-dumping duty on imports of grinding media balls (also known as casting balls) from China and Thailand for five more years.
China places tariffs on nitrile rubber from South Korea, Japan
China places tariffs on nitrile rubber from South Korea, Japan

19/07/2018

BEIJING—China has imposed antidumping tariffs on nitrile rubber originating in South Korea and Japan, the country's Ministry of Commerce said July 16.
U.S. fires back with WTO challenge against Canada’s retaliatory tariffs
U.S. fires back with WTO challenge against Canada’s retaliatory tariffs

17/07/2018

The United States launched a formal challenge with the World Trade Organization Monday against Canada’s retaliatory tariffs on a long list of U.S. products, arguing Canadian countermeasures breached international trade law and were “designed to punish American workers, farmers and companies.”
Pakistan: Call for imposing anti-dumping duty on Iranian cement
Pakistan: Call for imposing anti-dumping duty on Iranian cement

17/07/2018

All Pakistan Cement Manufacturers Association (APCMA) has urged the government to support the industry by placing anti-dumping duty on the Iranian cement and reducing taxes to make the cement more affordable for consumers.
China Files WTO Complaint Over U.S. Tariffs On $200 Billion Of Imports
China Files WTO Complaint Over U.S. Tariffs On $200 Billion Of Imports

17/07/2018

China has filed a case with the World Trade Organization against the U.S. to protest the Trump administration's plan to put new tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese imports. China says the tariffs are illegal attempts at protectionism.
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