European shoe importers want money back for AD duties

A special arbitration panel, set up by the World Trade Organization in July 2010 to examine Chinese complaints that the European Union had violated some of the WTO's guidelines in assessing anti-dumping duties on imports of leather shoes from China, has found some inconsistencies in the process that led the ...

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