EU bodies agree on Trade Defence Instruments reform

The Commission, Parliament and Council of the European Union have reached agreement on the reform of Trade Defence Instruments (TDIs), the European Commission (EC) said on Tuesday December 5.

Legislation will introduce a new methodology for calculating dumping margins for imports in cases of significant market distortions, or a pervasive state influence on the economy. The agreement also includes changes which strengthen EU anti-subsidy legislation so that, in future cases, any new subsidies revealed in the course of an investigation can be investigated and included when deciding the final duties to be imposed. The investigation period for the imposition of provisional measures...


Maria Tanatar

December 07, 2017

12:44 GMT