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EU lifts restrictions on solar panels from China
EU lifts restrictions on solar panels from China

21/01/2019

The will end its five-year-old restrictions on solar panel imports from China, officials said on Monday, as Brussels and Beijing increase their own trade cooperation in the face of protectionist steps from the United States.
Kenya seeks to curb subsidized goods dumping to protect local industries
Kenya seeks to curb subsidized goods dumping to protect local industries

21/01/2019

Kenya plans to develop an agency to curb dumping of subsidized goods in order to protect local industries, a government official said on Thursday.
PH Govt imposes safeguard duty on imported cement
PH Govt imposes safeguard duty on imported cement

21/01/2019

The government imposed a provisional safeguard duty of P8.40 per 40-kilogram bag of imported cement to protect the local industry amid the surge of imports. 
Taiwan: Tariffs extended for some PRC-made footwear
Taiwan: Tariffs extended for some PRC-made footwear

21/01/2019

Anti-dumping duties of between 4.56 percent and 43.46 percent will continue to be imposed on certain Chinese-made footwear for five more years, the Ministry of Finance said on Thursday.
Philippines opens investigation into imported ceramic tiles
Philippines opens investigation into imported ceramic tiles

18/01/2019

The Philippines Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has initiated a preliminary investigation on the application of safeguard measures on the import of ceramic floor and wall tiles from various countries, including Việt Nam, according to the Trade Remedies Authority of Việt Nam.
Japan minister encourages G20 to counter protectionism
Japan minister encourages G20 to counter protectionism

18/01/2019

Japanese Finance Minister Taro Aso on Thursday urged the Group of 20 major economies to renew their commitment to sustaining the international ­order based on cooperation and openness that has come under threat from protectionism.
EU eyes Argentine biodiesel
EU eyes Argentine biodiesel

16/01/2019

To settle a long-running trade dispute over imports of the product into the European Union, Brussels is willing to accept a deal for Argentine biodiesel. On January 14, the European Commission said it had communicated this proposal – undertakings from producers which they would sell at a minimum price – to interested parties.
Philippines opens investigation into imported ceramic tiles
Philippines opens investigation into imported ceramic tiles

16/01/2019

The Philippines Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has initiated a preliminary investigation on the application of safeguard measures on the import of ceramic floor and wall tiles from various countries, including Việt Nam, according to the Trade Remedies Authority of Việt Nam.
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