THE LIAISON committee of the European Union ferro-alloy industry Euroalliages has lost a case at the European Court of Justice, where it was trying to force the European Commission to reconsider its decision not to re-impose anti-dumping duties on imports into the EU of ferro-silicon from Poland and Egypt. Additional tariffs of 32 per cent were imposed between 1992 and 1997, but after they lapsed, the Commission decided - following an investigation - not to re-erect them. Euroalliages claimed in court that Brussels had reached the wrong ...

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