aluminium dumping

China Appeals to WTO for Help in Negotiating Aluminium Foil Row with United States

China Appeals to WTO for Help in Negotiating Aluminium Foil Row with United States

In a response to the anti-dumping duties imposed by the United States government on imports of aluminium foil from the People’s Republic of China, China’s Ministry of Commerce approached the World Trade Organization (WTO) on Friday in an effort at enlisting the...

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Aluminium Anti-Dumping Bill to Come “Soon”: U.S. President Trump

United States president Donald Trump told reporters yesterday that legislation to address dumping of aluminium on the U.S. market will emerge “soon.” Trump gave no further details on the legislation or a more precise timeframe. However, such a revelation took few experts by surprise, as taking action to protect (and, in some cases, resurrect) the […]

India Imposes Anti-Dumping Duty on Aluminium Foil from China

Mere days after issuing definitive anti-dumping duties against aluminium radiators from the People’s Republic of China, India’s Directorate General of Anti-Dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD) levied another such duty against aluminium foil from the Middle Kingdom. The DGAD issued a notice of the new duty on its website on Tuesday, citing findings published just over […]

India Imposes Anti-Dumping Duty on Aftermarket Aluminium Radiators from China

The government of India is implementing definitive anti-dumping duties upon aluminium radiators and components imported from the People’s Republic of China. The announcement of same was made late last week by the Directorate General of Anti-Dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD). The order states that aftermarket radiators and components imported from their northern neighbor have been […]

Chinese Trade Officials Counsel Caution in American Aluminium Antidumping Actions

Trade officials from the People’s Republic of China urged caution in the handling of aluminium antidumping suits filed late last week by the Aluminum Association. China’s head of the trade remedy and investigation bureau at the Ministry of Commerce Wang Hejun told the China Daily that collaboration, rather than conflict, should be the two countries’ objective. […]