What's wrong with EU biodiesel antidumping act?
Lawyer and partner at Evangeline & Partners
PREMIUM The European Union through its commission has enacted an antidumping policy and said Indonesian and Argentinean biodiesel producers have been dumping in the EU. The policy levies extra duties on Indonesian biodiesel by margins of between 8 percent and 23 percent. The EU has put forward several reasons for the move, stressing two in particular. The first is the claim that the Indonesian domestic...
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