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  1. Anti-Dumping: Statistics covering the year 2006
    • Abstract: Statistics covering the year 2006
    • 16 January 2007
    • Type: Other
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  2. Actions against imports into the EU: Europe’s Trade Defence Instruments. Fact Sheet
    • Abstract: What are Trade Defence Instruments? Is the EU a big user of Trade defence measures? External evaluations of EU trade defence system
    • 6 December 2006
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  3. Actions against imports into the EU: Commission launches public consultation on European Trade Defence Instruments
    • Abstract: This public reflection process forms part of the Commission's new Global Europe strategy for European competitiveness
    • Languages:
    • 6 December 2006
    • Type: Press release
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  4. Anti-Dumping: Council imposes definitive anti-dumping duties on plastic sacks and bags from China and Thailand
    • Abstract: Update on the plastic issue
    • 29 September 2006
    • Type: Press release
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  5. Anti-Dumping: Commission to publish Green Paper in on-going reflection on EU Trade Defence rules
    • Abstract: This consultation will allow the Commission to draw on a wide range of views and identify if there is scope to improve our rules further
    • 5 September 2006
    • Type: Press release
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  6. Anti-Dumping: European Commission proposes definitive anti-dumping duties on certain leather shoes from China and Vietnam
    • Abstract: Reflecting the finding of both dumping and injury to EU producers, the European Commission has proposed a duty of 16.5% for China and 10% for Vietnam for certain leather shoes.
    • 30 August 2006
    • Type: Press release
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  7. Anti-Dumping: Peter Mandelson meets Spanish Mayors
    • Abstract: The Commissioner and the Mayors discussed the on-going investigation into the dumping of certain kinds of leather shoes on the EU market by China and Vietnam.
    • 14 June 2006
    • Type: Press release
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  8. Anti-Dumping: EU imposes revised measures in response to continued US Byrd Amendment payments
    • Abstract: The annual adjustment is required by the WTO, because the duties are tied to the annual disbursement by the US government. Since the amount paid to US companies from duties collected on EC products has increased in 2005, the level of retaliation will also increase. From today, 1 May 2006, measures will be set at USD 36,91 million, an increase on the USD 27,81 million applied in 2005
    • 1 May 2006
    • Type: Press release
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  9. Anti-Dumping: Quotes by EU Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson on anti-dumping measures on Chinese and Vietnamese leather shoes
    • Abstract: Several quotes from speeches and Press Releases
    • 23 March 2006
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  10. Anti-Dumping: Commission adopts provisional anti-dumping measures on some Chinese and Vietnamese leather shoes
    • Abstract: The measures follow a preliminary Commission investigation that has identified clear evidence of disguised subsidies and unfair state intervention to the leather footwear sector in China and Vietnam
    • 23 March 2006
    • Type: Press release
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  11. Anti-Dumping: Anti-dumping: Proposed provisional progressive duty schedule, Chinese and Vietnamese leather shoes, excluding children’s shoes and high-tech sports shoes
    • Abstract: In four fases, from April till September 2006
    • 23 March 2006
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  12. Anti-Dumping: Mandelson leather shoe proposals represent middle ground among Member States; Commission to make formal decision next week
    • Abstract: Trade Commissioner is now in a position to recommend to the European Commission that it adopts his proposals for provisional measures in response to evidence of dumping of Chinese and Vietnamese shoes
    • 16 March 2006
    • Type: Press release
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  13. Anti-Dumping: Leather footwear, tough competition and unfair trade
    • Abstract: Remarks by Peter Mandelson to the European Parliament, oral questions with debate. Strasbourg
    • 14 March 2006
    • Type: Speeches and articles
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  14. Anti-Dumping: Mandelson: 'Leather footwear, tough competition and unfair trade'
    • Abstract: EU Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson has today told a debate in the European Parliament that anti-dumping measures can only be part of a much wider strategy to adjust to competition from Asian exporters like China
    • 14 March 2006
    • Type: Press release
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  15. Anti-Dumping: Europe’s anti-dumping measures target unfair trade, not Asia’s natural advantages
    • Abstract: Comment by EU Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson, published in various European media
    • Languages:
    • 13 March 2006
    • Type: Speeches and articles
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  16. Anti-Dumping: EU Trade Commissioner Mandelson and Italian Trade Minister Urso discuss China - Vietnam leather shoe measures
    • Abstract: The Commissioner and the Minister discussed a range of trade issues, including the Doha Round of WTO talks, proposals to establish a system of origin labelling for certain imports to the European Union and the European Commissioner's recommendations for measures to address evidence of dumping of leather shoes on the European market by China and Vietnam
    • 8 March 2006
    • Type: Press release
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  17. Anti-Dumping: The EU investigation into dumping of leather shoes from China and Vietnam: the basics
    • Abstract: There is compelling evidence of serious state intervention in the leather footwear sector in China and Vietnam – cheap finance, tax holidays, non-market land rents, improper asset valuation. There is dumping flowing from this state intervention. The EU investigation was undertaken in factories jointly agreed with the Vietnamese and Chinese governments
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    • 23 February 2006
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  18. Anti-Dumping: Anti-dumping: How does the ‘analogue country’ procedure work
    • Abstract: An investigation that is not able to gather credible data from a non-market economy is required to use a country in which the general capacity and type of production closely approximates that of the investigated country. The intention is to allow investigators to model the costs of production in the investigated country as if that country operated on market economy conditions
    • 23 February 2006
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  19. Anti-Dumping: Anti-Dumping: Background on use by the EU
    • Abstract: China, External evaluation notes high standards of EU trade defence system...
    • 23 February 2006
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF
  20. Anti-Dumping: Anti-Dumping: Background on use by the EU: Tables
    • Abstract: Anti-Dumping: Background on use by the EU: Tables
    • 23 February 2006
    • Type: Issues and policies
    • Source: Commission
    • Format: PDF

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