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Report On China's Anti-Dumping Duties On EU X-Ray Scanners

WTO Issues Panel Report On China's Anti-Dumping Duties On EU X-Ray Scanners

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----- ENGLISH VERSION -----

WTO ISSUES PANEL REPORT ON CHINA’S ANTI-DUMPING DUTIES ON EU X-RAY SCANNERS
On 26 February 2013, the WTO issued the dispute panel report in the case “China – Definitive Anti-Dumping Duties on X-Ray Security Inspection Equipment from the European Union” (WT/DS425/R).
Panel report: http://www.wto.org/english/news_e/news13_e/425r_e.htm

----- VERSION FRANÇAISE -----

L’OMC PUBLIE LE RAPPORT DU GROUPE SPÉCIAL SUR LES DROITS ANTIDUMPING DE LA CHINE VISANT LES SCANNERS À RAYONS X DE L’UE
Le 26 février 2013, l’OMC a publié le rapport du Groupe spécial “Chine — Droits antidumping définitifs visant les appareils à rayons x utilisés pour les inspections de sécurité en provenance de l’Union européenne” (WT/DS425/R).
Rapport du Groupe spécial: http://www.wto.org/french/news_f/news13_f/425r_f.htm

----- VERSIÓN ESPAÑOLA -----

LA OMC HACE PÚBLICO EL INFORME DEL GRUPO ESPECIAL EN LA DIFERENCIA RELATIVA A LOS DERECHOS ANTIDUMPING DE CHINA A LOS APARATOS DE RAYOS X PROCEDENTES DE LA UNIÓN EUROPEA
El 26 de febrero de 2013, la OMC hizo público el informe del Grupo Especial que se ocupó del asunto “China — Derechos antidumping definitivos sobre los aparatos de rayos X para inspecciones de seguridad procedentes de la Unión Europea” (WT/DS425/R)
Informe del Grupo Especial: http://www.wto.org/spanish/news_s/news13_s/425r_s.htm

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