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U.S. Commerce levies countervailing duties on rubber bands from China
U.S. Commerce levies countervailing duties on rubber bands from China

13/07/2018

WASHINGTON—The U.S. Department of Commerce has levied stiff preliminary countervailing duties against imports of rubber bands from China, but found that subsidies on rubber bands from Thailand were too low to be actionable.
Commerce Department Finds China Dumped Cast Iron Pipe Fittings in US Market
Commerce Department Finds China Dumped Cast Iron Pipe Fittings in US Market

13/07/2018

Beijing’s unfair trade practices are the target of U.S. tariffs that went into effect on July 6. On the same day, the U.S. Department of Commerce reported malpractice by China in the piping industry.
Hundreds Protest Proposed Olive Tariffs in Spain
Hundreds Protest Proposed Olive Tariffs in Spain

11/07/2018

The tariffs on all types of olives are set to be discussed later this week and, if approved, come into force later this month.
US questions CAP’s raison d’être with Spanish olives investigation
US questions CAP’s raison d’être with Spanish olives investigation

11/07/2018

If the ongoing US government investigation into imported Spanish olives ends up imposing anti-dumping duties, it could potentially set a dangerous legal precedent and question the entire functioning of the EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), experts and farmers warn.
US Hits Roller Bearings from South Korea With Antidumping Duties
US Hits Roller Bearings from South Korea With Antidumping Duties

11/07/2018

The US Department of Commerce announced the affirmative final determination in the antidumping duty (AD) investigation of imports of tapered roller bearings from South Korea.
India: DGAD to Hold Oral Hearing of Anti-Dumping Investigation into Solar Imports of EVA Sheets
India: DGAD to Hold Oral Hearing of Anti-Dumping Investigation into Solar Imports of EVA Sheets

10/07/2018

The office of Directorate General of Anti-Dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD) has announced that it is going to hold an oral hearing of the ongoing the anti-dumping investigation concerning the import of Ethylenes Vinyl Acetate (EVA) sheets.
Vietnamese steel struggles amid growing protectionism
Vietnamese steel struggles amid growing protectionism

05/07/2018

Hanoi (VNA) – Improving competitive capacity to expand export markets and understanding of international trade regulations are significant for Vietnamese steel firms to respond to trade defence lawsuits in the context of growing protectionism, said Chairman of Vietnam Steel Association (VSA) Ho Nghia Dung.
U.S. extends agreement with Interpipe suspending antidumping duty in exchange to price liabilities
U.S. extends agreement with Interpipe suspending antidumping duty in exchange to price liabilities

05/07/2018

The U.S. Department of Commerce has expended the Agreement Suspending the Antidumping Duty Investigation on Certain Oil Country Tubular Goods from Ukraine signed in July 2014 with Interpipe Group for one more year.
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