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Ukraine Challenges Kazakh Dumping Duties On Steel Pipes

by Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels

28 September 2017


Ukraine has initiated a dispute before the World Trade Organization (WTO) over Kazakh anti-dumping duties on certain types of steel pipes exported from Ukraine.

Anti-dumping duties are introduced to offset "dumping" – an unlawful trade practice whereby exporters sell good to a foreign market at below the price at which they sell the goods to their domestic market.

Ukraine claims that the measures at issue are inconsistent with a number of substantive, evidentiary, and procedural obligations under the WTO's Anti-Dumping Agreement.

Ukraine has requested consultations with Kazakhstan, formally initiating a dispute in the WTO. Consultations give the parties an opportunity to discuss the matter and to find a satisfactory solution without proceeding further with litigation. After 60 days, if consultations have failed to resolve the dispute, the complainant may request adjudication by a WTO panel.

TAGS: tax | law | anti-dumping | Kazakhstan | import duty | trade association | trade | Ukraine

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