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Cablegate: U.S. Sumbissions On Antidumping, Subsidies And

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UNCLAS ANKARA 003062

SIPDIS


DEPT FOR EB/MST
DEPT PLEASE PASS USTR


E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ETRD TU
SUBJECT: U.S. Sumbissions on Antidumping, Subsidies and
Fisheries Subsidies Passed to GOT

Ref: (A) State 113212 (B) State 112626 (C) State 112625


Econoff presented reftel papers and press release on
U.S. submissions to the WTO Rules Negotiating Group on
anti-dumping, subsidies and fisheries subsidies to
Tevfik Mengu, Director General for Agreements, Turkish
Foreign Trade Undersecretariat, on May 9. Mengu
responded that he would pass this information to action
officers in the Undersecretariat for review.
Pearson

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