EU goes back to WTO over U.S. anti-dumping method


BRUSSELS, Sept 22 (Reuters) - The European Union on Friday again turned to the World Trade Organisation in a long-running row with the United States over the way Washington calculates the size of anti-dumping duties. "The European Union has today requested WTO consultations with the United States regarding the continued use of 'zeroing' in its dumping calculations," the EU's executive Commission said in a statement. The use of the zeroing calculation methodology by the United States was ...

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