China today accounts for more than half of the world’s photovoltaic (PV) production, and the...
by Scott Greene | May 16, 2013
China stepped up its rhetoric against the European Union on Thursday, after Brussels threatened to open anti-dumping investigations into Chinese telecom equipment suppliers Huawei and ZTE. From Paul Mozur and Wayne Ma of The...
by Scott Greene | Nov 21, 2011
While the U.S. government investigates the possibility of illegal government subsidies in the Chinese solar industry after seven American solar companies filed an anti-dumping petition last month, Chinese manufacturers will...
by zhou shuren | Oct 19, 2011
The New York Times reports the announcement of a Chinese supercomputer built with domestically designed and manufactured chips. Although it runs at only 40% of the speed of the Intel- and Nvidia-based Tianhe-1A unveiled last...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 22, 2010
Bloomberg reports: China, the world’s biggest exporter, started two anti-dumping investigations today and levied tariffs on some nylon products, as it escalated trade spats with the U.S. and the European Union. Probes were...
by cschultz | Feb 18, 2010
From AFP: The EU Commission took fresh aim Thursday at Chinese goods on the European market, opening an anti-dumping probe into imports of fine art paper. The new procedure, announced in the EU’s official journal, follows...
by cschultz | Apr 23, 2009
The Wall Street Journal reports that India has imposed another tax on imported goods; steel imported from countries such as China. The punitive taxes are being levied until Oct. 21 on imports from China, Japan, Korea, the...
by Liu Yong | Jan 29, 2009
From AFP: China Wednesday blasted an EU decision to slap hefty anti-dumping duties on Chinese-made screws and bolts and said it may take the issue to the World Trade Organisation. “China’s government and industry...
China in Africa Round-up 08.01: ICC Indictment, Chinese Troops in Darfur, Anti-Dumping Investigation in SA, China Funds in Africa, and A Chinese Color War
by Matthias Giessler | Aug 1, 2008
From Xinhua: China Urges Security Council to Suspend ICC Indictment of Sudanese Leader China on Thursday urged the UN Security Council to suspend the International Criminal Court (ICC)’s indictment of Sudanese President...
by Mo Ming | Dec 13, 2006
From Reuters via The Washington Post: The U.S. International Trade Commission will vote on Friday on a landmark case that could open the door to a flood of anti-subsidy complaints against China, U.S. business experts said. In a move that seems to signal a departure from long-standing policy, the U.S. Commerce Department accepted a petition […]
by Michael Zhao | Apr 6, 2006
From Zhejiang Daily via Xinhua News Agency (in Chinese), translated by CDT (link): Wenzhou‘s 14 shoe making firms have joined hands in filing a protest against the EU‘s recent anti-dumping tax on the shoes made by these Chinese companies. They also encouraged all the Chinese companied involved to stand up hand in hand. The EU’s […]
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