EU pushes back against Indonesia’s threats to increase dairy duties in retaliation over biodiesel anti-dumping duties

September 5, 2019 |

In Indonesia, Reuters reports that the European Union’s head of trade for Indonesia has pushed back at the Asian country’s threats to increase duties against European dairy products in an attempted quid-pro-quo for the European Union’s anti-dumping duties added to Indonesian biodiesel imports last month. The EU official said the World Trade Organization absolutely prohibits retaliation and says that a group of Indonesian importers said increased duties on European dairy products will damage the Indonesian economy.

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