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EU: Anti-dumping duties against Egypt are legal

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has rejected several complaints against anti-dumping duties on Chinese-subsidized fiber optic products from Egypt. With Wednesday’s decision, the CJEU upheld the countervailing duties. The continuous glass fiber products are subsidized by China but imported into the EU by Egyptian companies. This was the first time Chinese subsidies were attributed to a product from another country in order to impose anti-dumping duties.

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