DISPUTE SETTLEMENT: DISPUTE DS410

Argentina — Anti-Dumping Duties on Fasteners and Chains from Peru


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Complaint by Peru.

On 19 May 2010, Peru requested consultations with Argentina regarding the definitive anti-dumping duties imposed by Argentina on imports of separable and non-separable fasteners and chains from Peru and the investigation that led to the application of the duties.  Peru alleged that Resolution SICPYME 120/08 of the Ministry of Economy and Production of Argentina initiating the anti-dumping investigation is inconsistent with several provisions of the Anti-Dumping Agreement and GATT 1994.  Peru also considered that several measures imposing provisional and definitive anti-dumping duties are inconsistent with several provisions of the Anti-Dumping Agreement and GATT 1994.

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