WTO updates 03/22

March 21, 2022

WTO dispute panel to review Chinese complaint regarding Australian duties WTO members agreed at a meeting of the Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) on 28 February to establish a dispute panel to examine China’s complaint regarding […]

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Preferential Trade updates 03/22

March 21, 2022

Canada Withdraws Most Favoured Nation Status from Russia and Belarus The Canadian government issued an order removing Most Favoured Nation status from Russia and Belarus. The measure comes as a further response to Russia’s invasion […]

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Regulatory Compliance updates 03/22

March 21, 2022

Australia: Russia sanctions regime Australia imposes autonomous sanctions in relation to Russia in response to the Russian threat to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine. They were first imposed in 2014 and extended in […]

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Anti-dumping Duty updates 03/22

March 21, 2022

Canada: Initiation of investigations on import of Mattresses Pursuant to subsection 31(1) of the Special Import Measures Act, the Canada Border Services Agency initiated investigations on February 24, 2022, respecting the alleged injurious dumping and […]

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Customs Tariff updates 03/22

March 21, 2022

Argentina customs tariff update Argentina customs authority has updated the import tariff. Update includes the addition/deletion of HTS codes for certain products classified under tariff chapters 10 and 23.  Bahrain customs tariff update Bahrain customs […]

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Highlights of additional measures on Russia and Belarus announced by U.S, EU, and Australia

March 9, 2022

United States additional measures On 08 March, The U.S President has issued an Executive Order that bans the import of Russian origin crude oil, petroleum, petroleum fuels, oils, distilled products, natural gas, coal, and coal products into […]

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Highlights of sanctions announced by major world powers

March 3, 2022

In response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the United States, the European Union, and other major world powers have announced various punitive actions against Russia. Several sanctions and embargoes were already in place against Russia, and the invasion triggered additional sanctions from major world powers.

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Sanction Measures following the launch of military actions by Russia in Ukraine 

March 3, 2022

Statement by Japan Foreign Minister HAYASHI Yoshimasa On February 24, Russia launched military actions in Ukraine. These actions clearly infringe upon the Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, constitute a serious violation of international law prohibiting […]

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Canadian Sanctions Related to Ukraine

March 3, 2022

Update on Canadian Sanctions Related to Ukraine.

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Statement by the Australian government regarding Russia-Ukraine

March 1, 2022

The Australian Government is deeply concerned at Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine, which is a gross violation of international law and the United Nations Charter. We will continue to coordinate closely with our partners – […]

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WTO updates 02/22

February 18, 2022

Arbitrator issues decision in US-China dispute over subsidy duties A WTO arbitrator issued a decision on the level of countermeasures China may request in its dispute with the United States regarding US countervailing duties on […]

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Preferential Trade updates 02/22

February 18, 2022

Chinese customs to trial some CPTPP rules in pilot free trade zones Chinese customs will trial part of the rules of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) in some of China’s pilot […]

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