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EU Imposes Anti-Dumping Duties on Graphite Electrodes from China

Last week, the European Commission adopted definitive anti-dumping duties on imports of graphite electrodes from China. The duties range from 25.5% to 74.9%.

A More Detailed Look at the Steel Company Audit Required under the U.S.-UK Section 232 Agreement

Last week, we reported on the audit of Chinese-owned UK steel companies that is required as part of the U.S.-UK Section 232 tariff agreement. In this piece we take a closer look at the details of this audit as set out in the parties' Joint Statement, including the

EU Imposes Anti-Dumping Duties on Calcium Silicon from China

Last week, the European Commission adopted definitive anti-dumping duties on imports of calcium silicon originating in China. The duties range from 31.5% to 50.7%.

US-UK Steel/Aluminum Tariff Deal Involves Scrutiny of Chinese Ownership of UK Company

A recent resolution of a U.S.-UK trade dispute over steel and aluminum tariffs will lead to an audit of the financial records of a Chinese-owned UK steel company, in order to "assess influence from the People’s Republic of China government."

EU Anti-Dumping Decision on Aluminum Foil Discusses Role of CCP in Company Management

The European Commission has decided to extend for five years the anti-dumping duties in force on imports of aluminium household foil from China. The anti-dumping duties will remain at their current level of between 6.4% and 30%. One aspect of the Commission's reasoning in its decision relates to the

EU Anti-Dumping Decision on Fasteners Discusses Role of CCP in Company Management

The European Commission has adopted definitive anti-dumping measures on imports of certain iron or steel fasteners from China. The level of the anti-dumping duties ranges from 22.1% to 86.5%. One aspect of the Commission's reasoning relates to the involvement of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in the management

Proposed U.S. Legislation Would Ban CCP Officials and Families from Attending American Universities

Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler (R-MO) has introduced the Protecting Higher Education from the Chinese Communist Party Act, which would ban "individuals serving in the National Congress of the Chinese Communist Party and their family members from receiving student or research visas."
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