Việt Nam’s steel industry facing nearly 50 anti-dumping and –subsidy investigations – Economy – Vietnam News | Politics, Business, Economy, Society, Life, Sports

Steel is subjected to the highest number of trade defence investigations in the world because it is produced by many countries and is considered a product related to national security. — Photo HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam’s steel industry is facing 47 anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations from importing countries, accounting for one-third of the total cases of Vietnamese goods, according to a report from the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT)’s Trade Defence Department. According to Phạm Châu Giang, deputy director of the department, steel is subjected to the highest number of trade defence…

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Will trimmed subsidy roll back knock the wind out of Taiwan’s offshore turbine sector?

A retrospective reduction in subsidies for offshore wind power development by Taiwan could take the wind out of international developers’ sails, and erode some of the sector’s attractiveness relative to Japan, mainland China and South Korea as an investment destination. The Taiwan government had proposed an aggressive cutback in subsidies for offshore wind power projects in November 2018, after the ruling Democratic Progressive Party suffered a major election setback at the hands of the opposition Kuomintang Party, which has criticised offshore wind subsidies previously given as too generous. It initially…

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