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Anti-dumping

News Alert - 14-11-2017
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EU’s trade rules require trade partners and producers outside the EU to meet international labour and environmental standards and as such are unique in the world.

EU jobs and firms have great difficulty in competing with cut-price imports from third countries that have excess production capacity and subsidised economies, mainly in the steel, aluminium, bicycles, cement, chemicals, ceramics, glass, paper and solar panels industries. 

The new rules would enable the EU to respond to such unfair trade practices by targeting imports that cause “significant market distortion” because their prices are not market-based, due to state interference.

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  1. Plenary session - Final vote on Anti-dumping: new rules to protect EU jobs and industry    14/11/2017

MEPs  vote on new rules to fight dumped and subsidised imports from third countries.

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