Canada is joined at the WTO by Japan, China, Thailand, the EU, Russia, India, Mexico and Norway in its dispute with the USA’s steel and aluminum tariffs.
Anti-Dumping Alert: Corrosion-Resistant Steel Sheet: Dumping (China, Chinese Taipei, India and South Korea)
On July 26, 2018, the CBSA initiated an investigation respecting the alleged injurious dumping of certain corrosion resistant steel sheet from China, Chinese Taipei, India and South Korea.
The CITT is conducting an expiry review of seamless carbon or alloy steel oil and gas well casing. The CBSA has determined that expiry of the previous order is likely to result in continued dumping and/or subsidizing of the goods.
The CITT has given notice that it will pursuant to section 76.03(3) of the Special Import Measures Act initiate an expiry review of its order made August 19, 2013, concerning the dumping and subsidizing of carbon steel welded pipe. The CBSA is conducting its own investigation into whether dumping is likely to continue should the order expire.
A WTO Dispute initiated by Canada against the People’s Republic of China regarding cellulose pulp has recently resolved, with the People’s Republic of China indicating that it has implemented the Dispute Settlement Board’s recommendation to bring the disputed measure into conformance with WTO law.
The CBSA has initiated an investigation into Cold-Rolled Steel being imported from the People’s Republic of China , the Republic of Korea and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam on May 25, 2018.
Following the CBSA’s initiation of an investigation into Certain Sucker Rods being imported from China, The CITT has just determined that the evidence discloses a reasonable indication that the dumping and subsidizing of the sucker rods have caused or are threatening to cause injury to the domestic industry.
EU COURT CASE TIGERS C-156/16 In the context of the application of individual anti-dumping duty rates, it is possible to produce a valid invoice after the customs declaration has been made
In a request for a preliminary ruling in the proceedings between the German company, Tigers GmbH (‘Tigers’), and the Hauptzollamt Landshut (Principal Customs Office, Landshut, Germany) (‘the Customs Office’), the Court of justice gives some insides concerning the application for a partial refund of anti-dumping duty in its judgment of 12 October 2017 (Tigers GmbH […]
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ALERTE ANTIDUMPING Pneumatiques neufs et rechapés pour autobus ou camions Ouverture d’une procédure antisubventions Chine (Avis n° 2017/C 346/10)
ALERTE ANTIDUMPING Pneumatiques neufs et rechapés pour autobus ou camions Ouverture d’une procédure antisubventions Chine (Avis n° 2017/C 346/10) Produits concernés : Certains pneumatiques, neufs ou rechapés, en caoutchouc, du type utilisé pour les autobus ou camions, ayant un indice de charge supérieur à 121 NC : NC 4011 20 90 et 4012 12 00 Pays originaire ou d’exportation […]
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October 30th by Dimana Todorova At an informal meeting held on October 11th, 2017, the WTO Negotiating Group – in charge of negotiating in the area of “WTO Rules” (the Anti-dumping Agreement and the Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures) – examined, inter alia, a proposal made by China on April 21st, 2017, and […]
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