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International Trade Amicus: October 2018

Respite for Indian domestic industry: “Negative” final findings of Designated Authority appealable By Neeraj Chhabra Recently Delhi High Court, in the case of Jindal Poly Film, held th

International Trade Amicus: September 2018

Has the clock stopped ticking? India’s export subsidies under the SCM Agreement By Jayant Raghu Ram The United States has upped the ante in its efforts to – what it perceives – re

International Trade Amicus: August 2018

Circumvention of anti-dumping duty is one of the foremost challenges for investigating authorities.

International Trade Amicus: August 2018

Anti-circumvention investigation concerning Glass Fibre: Resolving inconsistencies in practice and interpretation By Jayant Raghu Ram Circumvention of anti-dumping duty is one of the foremost chall

International Trade Amicus: July 2018

Panel report in Australia - Plain packaging: A “Healthy” verdict By Jayant Raghu Ram WTO recently circulated the panel report in the Plain Packaging complaints brought against Australia

International Trade Amicus: July 2018

Panel report in Australia - Plain packaging: A “Healthy” verdict By Jayant Raghu Ram WTO recently circulated the panel report in the Plain Packaging complaints brought against Australia

International Trade Amicus: June 2018

Delhi High Court has recently held that extensions of anti-dumping duty post expiry of the duty in force, whether it be one-year extension in the interim of sunset review or five-year extension in view of likelihood of recurrence or continuation of dumping and injury to the domestic industry pursuant to a sunset review determination, are both impermissible.

International Trade Amicus: June 2018

Sunset Reviews - Timeline for filing of applications and issuance of notification imposing duties By Greetika Francis Delhi High Court has recently held that extensions of anti-dumping duty post expiry of th

International Trade Amicus: May 2018

According to the principle of bound tariffs, WTO member countries are bound not to impose import tariffs more than what they commit to the WTO membership, subject to certain conditions under which they can impose tariffs in excess to that bound by them.

International Trade Amicus: March 2018

DGAD has recently introduced a questionnaire format for user industry in India. It is applicable if a user industry is not related to a producer/exporter of the product under consideration in the country under investigation.

International Trade Amicus: April 2018

The United States has instituted measures imposing high duties on all imports of steel and aluminium, justifying these measures on the basis of its national security requirements.

International Trade Amicus: February 2018

Three types of reviews are contemplated under the WTO Anti-dumping Agreement and the Indian Anti-dumping Rules, 1995.