Ukraine could increase anti-dumping duty on float glass imports

The interdepartmental commission on international trade, at the request of PJSC Lysychansk Glass Plant Proletariy (Luhansk oblast), has decided to initiate the interim revision of anti-dumping measures regarding float glass imports to Ukraine (thermally polished glass) from Russia, Belarus and Poland.  More: https://www.kyivpost.com/content/business/ukraine-could-increase-anti-dumping-duty-on-float-glass-imports-354536.html

The interdepartmental commission on international trade, at the request of PJSC Lysychansk Glass Plant Proletariy (Luhansk oblast), has decided to initiate the interim revision of anti-dumping measures regarding float glass imports to Ukraine (thermally polished glass) from Russia, Belarus and Poland.  

More: https://www.kyivpost.com/content/business/ukraine-could-increase-anti-dumping-duty-on-float-glass-imports-354536.html

600450 Ukraine could increase anti-dumping duty on float glass imports glassonweb.com
Date: 7 July 2014
Source: www.kyivpost.com

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