Trade Remedies against China

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WTO Panel Announces Report Date in Chinese Complaint against Australian AD/CVD Measures

A WTO panel reviewing a Chinese complaint against various Australian AD/CVD measures has announced the date for issuance of the panel report to the parties, but a settlement may be in the works before then.

EU Imposes Anti-Dumping Duties on Plastic Products from China

The European Commission has imposed provisional anti-dumping duties on imports of certain polyethylene terephthalate ("PET") plastic products from China.

MOFCOM: EU Subsidy Probe of EVs "Non-Transparent", "Unfair", and "WTO-Inconsistent"

A spokesperson from China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) criticized EU practices in the countervailing investigation on electric vehicles (EVs) from China. The spokesperson also talked about the status of Micron in China and China's outbound investment over the first ten months.

Eurasian Economic Union Anti-Dumping Investigation on Chinese Imports Could Raise Crimea Annexation Issues

A Ukrainian international trade law scholar has called attention to a novel anti-dumping/international trade law issue involving Crimea's legal status under international law.

UK Anti-Dumping Decision Examines Chinese Government Influence, Labor Policies

In a recent anti-dumping and countervailing duties investigation on optical fibre cables from China, the UK's Trade Remedy Authority (TRA) recommended imposing anti-dumping and countervailing duties, and in its reasoning in the anti-dumping case it took into account Chinese government influence over the industry and labor policies.

Ahead of Prime Minister Visit, Australia and China Make Progress on Resolving Wine, Wind Tower Trade Disputes

On Saturday, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced that he would travel to China from November 4 to 7, as Australia and China have each taken steps to resolve some ongoing disputes over trade remedies.

EU Initiates Anti-Subsidy Investigation on Chinese Electric Vehicles

After an announcement by European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen several weeks ago that the Commission would launch an anti-subsidy investigation on imports of Chinese battery electric vehicles (BEVs), the Commission has now formally initiated the investigation and issued key documents in the case.
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