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WTO Subsidies Committee Meeting Discusses Chinese Industrial Subsidies, Overcapacity, and Transparency
At a recent WTO meeting, a number of countries pressed China on issues related to industrial subsidies, overcapacity, and transparency.
In a decision today, the European Commission imposed definitive anti-subsidy duties on imports of stainless steel cold-rolled flat products originating in India and Indonesia at a rate of 7.5% for India and 21% for Indonesia. As part of the investigation related to Indonesia, the European Commission continued its practice
In response to China's July 2021 subsidies notification to the WTO, the United States and the United Kingdom have both submitted a series of questions to China.
Representative Lee Zeldin (R-NY) has introduced an amendment to the America COMPETES Act that is based on his earlier proposed legislation intended to ensure compliance by China with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Arrangement on Officially Supported Export Credits.
At a Peterson Institute event on "Subsidies are on the rise. Are they a necessary evil?," U.S. law professor Julia Ya Qin offered some thoughts on the unique nature of subsidies in China.
At the July 8 and 9, 2021 meeting of the WTO's Council for Trade in Goods, for which the minutes have just recently been circulated by the WTO, several WTO Members raised the issue of the transparency of China's subsidies. The agenda item was entitled: China – Subsidy Transparency and China's
On December 2, U.S. Representatives Terri Sewell (D-AL) and Bill Johnson (R-OH) introduced legislation, H.R.6121, called the Level the Playing Field Act 2.0. One aspect of this legislation is that it addresses subsidies by a government to companies in another country, referred to as "transnational" or