THAILAND V POLAND

BY KEITH NUTHALL
ANTI-DUMPING duties imposed by Thailand on imports from Poland of angles, shapes and sections of iron or non-alloy steel and H-beams are to be maintained, despite Bangkok losing a World Trade Organisation disputes appeal earlier this year.

It had stated that Thailand should amend its duties, finding their imposition to be "inconsistent" with the rules of the WTO anti-dumping agreement. Its government had until October 20 to make the necessary changes. As a result, Thailand reviewed its duties, notably its assessment of the injury ...


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