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DSB finds unfair in Chinese rare earth export restrictions: WTO

China has lost an appeal at the World Trade Organization (WTO) relating to its strict limits on rare earth exports. The Dispute Settlement Body has adopted the Panel and Appellate Body reports which found that China’s export restrictions on rare earths, tungsten ...

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China to Tighten Rare Earths Production After WTO Ruling

It’s no secret that China is the dominant player when it comes to rare earths. As a top producer with a 90 percent stranglehold on the bulk of supply and a 70 percent share of global consumption, the recent World ...

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US broke WTO rules with duties on Chinese steel and solar panels

World Trade Organization judges said that the United States broke WTO rules in imposing hefty duties on Chinese steel products, solar panels and a range of other goods that Washington argues enjoyed government subsidies. Trade diplomats said that the two ...

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India may appeal parts of WTO steel ruling

India may appeal parts of WTO steel ruling

NEW DELHI: India said on Tuesday it may appeal against parts of a World Trade Organisation ruling against countervailing US duties on some of its steel exports, despite being partly vindicated in a trade dispute. States impose countervailing duties, or ...

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Why U.S. Steel, Harmonic, and Riverbed Technology Tumbled Today

Why U.S. Steel, Harmonic, and Riverbed Technology Tumbled Today

Stocks generally posted strong gains on Monday, with major-market benchmarks falling just short of reaching new record levels. This morning’s earnings news helped brighten investors’ moods, as hopes that the second quarter would bring a big improvement over a winter ...

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WTO Backs Key Indian Claims in Case Against US Steel Duties

The World Trade Organization (WTO) on Monday backed some key claims by India against countervailing duties imposed by the United States on certain steel products, but rejected others. The WTO panel, ruling on the April 2012 case, said the US ...

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