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20 Nov

Canada finds dumping, subsidising of Chinese wind towers

Canada's International Trade Tribunal has determined that exports of steel utility wind towers from China, including their fabricated steel components, have been both dumped and subsidised, causing injury to the country's domestic manufacturing industries. The findings cover steel utility wind towers originating in China either with, or without, flanges/external components, and whether or not these towers are joined, or built, from other non-subject mercha…
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