Keith Nuthall
THE EUROPEAN Union Council of Ministers has taken little time to approve the proposals from the European Commission to confirm, (and therefore re-impose), the suspended tariffs on cotton-type bed linen from India. New Delhi has already restarted disputes proceedings at the World Trade Organisation. Ministers approved a regulation that said: "There is a causal link between the dumped imports from India and the material injury suffered by the Community (EU) industry."

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