Keith Nuthall
EUROPEAN bed linen manufacturers have been given six months to request the imposition of renewed anti-dumping duties on cut-priced imports from India, after the European Commission complied with a WTO ruling on the protection and suspended existing tariffs. Geneva had claimed that Brussels had wrongly calculated the duties and EU trade commissioner Pascal Lamy has now ruled that there is currently insufficient information on which to base a fresh assessment leading to an immediate re-imposition of the duties. Instead, the Commission has told EU ...

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