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EC begins antidumping probe of Turkish, Russian, Macedonian steel sections, tube and pipe
EC begins antidumping probe of Turkish, Russian, Macedonian steel sections, tube and pipe

01/10/2018

London — The European Commission has launched an antidumping investigation into imports of hollow sections, welded tube and pipe steel from Macedonia, Russia and Turkey, according to a document published on its website Friday.
China warns against Trump
China warns against Trump's protectionism amid trade war

01/10/2018

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Sunday warned against U.S. President Donald Trump's "America First" policy, amid concern that Washington's economic protectionism will take a toll on the Asian country's economy.
China to cut import tariffs on wide range of products
China to cut import tariffs on wide range of products

01/10/2018

China will cut import tariffs on textile products and metals, including steel products, to 8.4 per cent from 11.5 per cent, effective Nov. 1, the finance ministry said on Sunday.
Aluminum association applauds preliminary antidumping determination in Chinese aluminum sheet investigation
Aluminum association applauds preliminary antidumping determination in Chinese aluminum sheet investigation

01/10/2018

Today, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced its preliminary determination that imports of common alloy aluminum sheet from China are being sold at less than fair value (or dumped) in the United States. 
No Provisional Anti-Subsidy Measures for Chinese E-Bike Exporters
No Provisional Anti-Subsidy Measures for Chinese E-Bike Exporters

28/09/2018

BRUSSELS, Belgium – Last Friday, an important deadline expired in the anti-dumping case regarding the import of e-bikes from China. 21 September was the last day on which the European Commission could proclaim provisional anti-subsidy duties against Chinese e-bike exporters. The fact that this did not take place does not mean that no anti-subsidy measures can be imposed.
India tilts toward trade protectionism in hiking tariffs, hurting own consumers
India tilts toward trade protectionism in hiking tariffs, hurting own consumers

28/09/2018

India on Thursday began hiking import tariffs on 19 "non-essential items," a move that experts said could hurt its consumers as well as Chinese and South Korean enterprises.  
Indonesia stops anti-dumping investigation on Vietnamese steel
Indonesia stops anti-dumping investigation on Vietnamese steel

28/09/2018

Hanoi (VNA) – The Komite Anti Dumping Indonesia (KADI) under the Ministry of Trade on September 25 announced the termination of an anti-dumping investigation on colour-coated steel products imported from Vietnam, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade’s Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam.
China and EU can Jointly Counter Protectionism - Former French Prime Minister
China and EU can Jointly Counter Protectionism - Former French Prime Minister

28/09/2018

Dominique de Villepin, former prime minister of France, shares his views on latest global trade policy issues.
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