Tag: anti-dumping

US looking to reduce anti-dumping duties on Argentine biodiesel imports

US looking to reduce anti-dumping duties on Argentine biodiesel imports

November 8, 2018 |

In Argentina, Reuters reports that the US Department of Commerce is looking at making a remarkable move by reviewing the current terms of anti-dumping tariffs on Argentine biodiesel imports. Argentina’s foreign ministry said if negotiations were successful, the country’s biodiesel could recover market access. Argentina’s biodiesel exports fell to nil in September and October after […]

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Indonesia celebrates WTO ruling on EU duties

Indonesia celebrates WTO ruling on EU duties

January 27, 2018 |

In Switzerland, the World Trade Organization ruled against EU duties on Indonesian biofuels, challenging the anti-dumping duties authorized by the EU’s General Court in 2013 and causing great celebration in Indonesia, the largest producer of palm oil in the world. Jakarta appealed the 2013 rule and this WTO decision is for that appeal. The EU […]

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National Biodiesel Board Fair Trade Coalition awaiting next steps on anti-dumping cases

National Biodiesel Board Fair Trade Coalition awaiting next steps on anti-dumping cases

January 8, 2018 |

In Missouri, the National Biodiesel Board Fair Trade Coalition case regarding subsidized biodiesel imports from Argentina and Indonesia continues to move forward to help level the playing field for the domestic biodiesel industry. The coalition filed both antidumping and countervailing duty petitions with the commerce department. Antidumping petitions address whether imports coming into the U.S. […]

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October biodiesel production and imports up despite anti-dumping duties

October biodiesel production and imports up despite anti-dumping duties

November 20, 2017 |

In Washington, the Environmental Protection Agency said October biodiesel production and imports rose to 227.5 million gallons, 5.6% higher than in September and nearly 1.5% higher year-on-year. Traditionally imported biodiesel generated a significant number of D4 RINs, about 21% of the total in October 2016, but with reduced imports from Indonesia and Argentina following imposition […]

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China slaps preliminary anti-dumping import duties on American DDGS

China slaps preliminary anti-dumping import duties on American DDGS

September 26, 2016 |

In China, the Ministry of Commerce has ordered preliminary import duties of 33.8% on US-origin DDGS following claims that the product is being dumped on the Chinese market. The US Grains Council has been actively working with the Chinese government since it announced an investigation into potential dumping earlier this year, so it’s no surprise […]

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China opens anti-dumping investigation against US DDGS

China opens anti-dumping investigation against US DDGS

January 13, 2016 |

In China, the government has formally launched anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations against US DDGS with calls by the local industry for import duties. The US Grains Council has said that it will cooperate with Chinese authorities during the investigation and will work with members to do so as well but believes the industry’s trade practices […]

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Indonesia follows Argentina taking EU to the WTO

Indonesia follows Argentina taking EU to the WTO

May 8, 2014 |

In Indonesia, the government will also file an official complaint with the WTO against the European Union and its anti-dumping tariffs on biodiesel imports, following Argentina seeking and getting approval for the opening of a dispute settlement panel. Several biodiesel producers have also filed complaints directly with the European Court of Justice.

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