anti-dumping lawsuits

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Trade remedies: Why has Vietnam initiated fewer cases than other countries?

Vietnam was among top 15 countries subject to anti-dumping duties in the 1995-2022 period, while the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) initiated investigations into just over 25 cases related to trade remedies during the same period.

VN encounters increasing trade defence lawsuits as exports expand

Vietnam is facing an increasing risk of trade defence lawsuits as exports expand after the country's active international integration and participation in free trade agreements (FTAs).

Fearing anti-dumping lawsuits, VN wooden furniture firms diversify markets

The US has decided to conduct an investigation on whether Vietnam is dumping plywood products in the US. The decision could lead to a sharp fall in plywood exports to the market.

Vietnam's aquatic export revenue likely to miss 2019 target

Vietnam’s aquatic export revenue is estimated to reach $778 million in November this year, pushing the total earnings in the first 11 months of 2019 to about $8 billion.

Vietnam steel producers face anti-dumping lawsuits

The local steel industry is dealing with an increasing number of tax evasion and antidumping lawsuits in other countries, due to the allegedly fraudulent origins of steel exports, according to the Vietnam Steel Association (VSA).

VN businesses need to learn how to deal with anti-dumping lawsuits: experts

Vietnam’s products overseas, especially in the US, have been facing more anti-dumping lawsuits in recent years. 

Steel manufacturers struggle with anti-dumping lawsuits

Vietnamese steel manufacturers are awaiting decisions as Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia, which buy 50 percent of Vietnam’s exports, are taking anti-dumping investigations against imports from Vietnam.