The Prospects of EU Trade Defence against Chinese Imports after 2016 – Taming the Dragon through Countervailing Duties? is written by Sophia Mueller 
(Ph.D. candidate, University of Passau/Visiting researcher, Beijing Foreign Studies University) 

The article depicts the status quo of anti-subsidy proceedings against China and looks into developments indicated by designated future changes of EU anti-subsidy legislation. Thus, it contributes to critically rethinking current EU trade defence strategy against China.

The U.S. government has been persistent in its efforts to find creative ways to inflate and impose AD duties on goods used by American consumers and businesses. But U.S. authorities reserve their most punitive and abusive practices for goods from China.

This article discusses EU law and practice with regard to tackling circumvention of trade defence instruments, notablyanti- dumping measures.

This article examines trends in antidumping and countervailing duty investigation petition filings in the United States during the most recent 21-year period.

The  WTO panel report on  China –  AD and CVD Measures on Broiler Products from the United States was circulated to Members on 2 August 2013. In the report the Panel examined a variety of issues challenged by the United States under various provisions of the GATT 1994, the ADA and the SCM. 

This paper highlights the severity of China’s AD problems, and high concentration of AD actions taken by the top initiators, noting that China can offer  a higher level of economic integration in an RTA in exchange for improved regional AD provisions.

According to Headway Solar estimates, total Indian solar cell production capacity is approx. 350 MW annually, while the current annual demand is more than four times the domestic production. Headway Solar team has analysed the impact of imposing anti-dumping duties on solar imports in this document.