BED LINEN AGAIN

Keith Nuthall
THE EUROPEAN Commission has released details of its review of the contested anti-dumping duties on Indian cotton-type bed linen imports, formally asking EU ministers to confirm, (and therefore re-impose), these suspended tariffs. New Delhi has already reacted angrily to the review, restarting disputes proceedings at the World Trade Organisation. In a memorandum, the Commission restated concerns that led it to agreeing the initial anti-dumping duties, namely that Indian producers seized increasing market share from 1992-6 by dumping products ...


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