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WTO Rules Against Indonesia In US Coated Paper Tax Dispute

by Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels

08 December 2017


On December 6, 2017, a World Trade Organization panel ruled in favor of US authorities in a dispute concerning trade dispute duties levied by the United States on Indonesian exporters of coated paper, having earlier twiced deferred forming a panel.

In its ruling against Indonesia, the panel rejected all challenges to the US anti-dumping duties and countervailing duties, which were introduced with the intention of counteracting the sale by Indonesian companies of coated paper into the US market at below Indonesian market prices – a practice known as "dumping" – and unfair subsidies.

The dispute began in March 2015, when Indonesia had requested consultations with the United States concerning the imposition of anti-dumping and countervailing measures on certain coated paper products from Indonesia, as well as the investigation underlying those measures.

TAGS: tax | export duty | anti-dumping | Indonesia | United States | import duty | trade

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