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The US Department of Commerce has announced its final decision to impose anti-dumping margins and anti-subsidy countervailing duties on Chinese imports of biaxial integral geogrid products, used as a foundation in the construction of roads and railways. Read Full Story
Foreign investment in the Greater Vancouver property market is expected to drop off in 2017 following the introduction of a new property tax, according to research by Royal LePage. Read Full Story
The 11th round of negotiations for a trilateral free trade agreement between China, Japan, and South Korea was held in Beijing on January 11. Read Full Story
China has increased an anti-dumping tax on imports of distillers' dried grains from the United States following a final ruling by the Ministry of Commerce. Read Full Story
Automobile sales in China increased substantially in 2016 in the wake of a tax cut on sales of small-engine cars. Read Full Story
At a press conference on January 5, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce spokesperson, Sun Jiwen, disclosed that the number and value of new trade investigations brought against Chinese exports rose sharply in 2016. Read Full Story
A third round of tariff reductions under the Australia-China free trade agreement went into effect on January 1, 2017. Read Full Story
The International Trade Commission determined on December 30 that there is a reasonable indication that US industry is being materially injured by reason of imports of hardwood plywood products from China. Read Full Story
China introduced import and export duty changes from January 1 to boost innovation-driven development and put the country's tariff structure "more in line with the needs of international trade development." Read Full Story
China has successfully requested World Trade Organization dispute consultations with the United States and the European Union regarding their continued application of a non-market economy "analogue country" approach in anti-dumping duty (AD) proceedings against Chinese exports. Read Full Story
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