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WT/DS211 - Definitive anti-dumping measures on steel rebar from Turkey

WTO dispute settlement case - EU as third party

Country or region
  • Egypt
  • Türkiye
Trade topics
  • Dispute settlement
Context
  • WTO - EU as third party

Summary of the case

  • Complaint by: Turkey
  • Complaint against: Egypt
  • Third parties: EU, Chile, Japan, United States

Definitive anti-dumping measures on steel rebar from Turkey

Status

Panel report adopted on 1 Oct. 2002. Most Turkish claims dismissed. Mutually agreed reasonable period of time not more than 9 months. Egypt submitted its revised injury and dumping assessment to the interested parties. Turkey did not fully agree with Egypt's alleged full compliance but decided not to pursue the matter further.

  • Consultations requested: 06 November 2000
  • Panel requested: 03 May 2001
  • Panel established: 20 June 2001
  • Panel report circulated: 08 August 2002
  • Panel/Appellate Body report adopted: 01 October 2002
  • Implementation deadline: 31 July 2003

Documents

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