Brussels, 6 October 2017 – The Definitive Regulation for anti-dumping case AD635 on Hot Rolled Flat (HRF) steel from five countries was published today in the EU’s official journal. The case has proven highly irregular as it establishes ‘fixed’ duties on dumped imports from four of the five countries investigated – but it also leaves the door open for the use of Minimum Import Prices (MIP).
Brussels, 4 October 2017 – Yesterday the European Parliament, Commission and Council agreed on a new EU trade defence regime. Eurometaux, the European non-ferrous metals association, welcomes the efforts from all three institutions to define a “non-standard” anti-dumping methodology.
Brussels, 4 October 2017 – European Aluminium, the voice of the entire aluminium value chain, supports the agreement on a new EU trade defence regime that was reached yesterday during a final Trilogue meeting between the European Parliament, Commission and Council in Strasbourg.
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Brussels, 3 October 2017 – The European Steel Association (EUROFER) notes that agreement between the EU institutions on the new ‘non-standard’ anti-dumping methodology was reached today. The methodology will be used against dumping from countries whose domestic markets are afflicted by significant distortions.
Update: a corrigendum has been issued.
Representatives from MIKTA nations – Mexico, Indonesia, Korea, Turkey and Australia – met in Paris today to discuss the future of natural gas and review gas-security issues in their countries at a gathering supported by the International Energy Agency. Full article…