WTO to rule on China duties vs. Japan tubes
May 30, 2013 | 10:25 AM
| Keith Nuthall
LONDON A World Trade Organization (WTO) disputes panel has been authorized to settle a conflict over anti-dumping duties imposed by China on high-performance stainless steel seamless tubes imported from Japan.
Tokyo argues that these duties break global commerce rules, notably the WTOs anti-dumping agreement and its general agreement on tariffs and trade (GATT), which lay down detailed rules on how anti-dumping duties can be imposed, and particularly how governments conduct investigations into whether imports are being sold at below cost. If this is shown to be the....
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