Trade Remedies against China
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In a letter to the Commerce Department as part of an annual countervailing duty (CVD) review, the Treasury Department has determined that the Chinese currency was undervalued during the review period, but that this undervaluation was not the result of government action.
A WTO panel has been composed to hear China's complaint that certain Australian anti-dumping and countervailing duties are in violation of WTO rules.
Last week, the EU issued a decision that extends existing anti-dumping duties on silicon from China. As part of its reasoning in the case, the European Commission considered the role of the CCP in the management of the Chinese companies under investigation in the context of the normal value calculation.
Yesterday, the EU issued a decision that extends existing anti-dumping duties on molybdenum wire from China. As part of its reasoning in the case, the European Commission considered the role of the CCP in the management of the Chinese companies under investigation.
In an annual review of a long-standing countervailing duty order on solar products, the petitioner in the case has made allegations that Chinese government actions related to forced labor should lead to a finding by the U.S. Commerce Department that a countervailable subsidy exists.
Today, the UK’s Trade Remedies Authority (TRA) published its "initial findings" in which it proposed that existing anti-dumping measures on imports of High Fatigue Performance Steel Concrete Reinforcement Bars (HFP Rebar) from China be revoked.
Commerce Department Final Review of Solar CVD Follows Preliminary Findings on Chinese Currency Undervaluation
As part of a recent administrative review of a countervailing duty order on Chinese solar products, the Commerce Department considered and rejected a claim that RMB undervaluation was a countervailable subsidy, but did not make a finding requested by China that no undervaluation exists.