Today, the Mexican Ministry of Economy published in the Official Gazette the notice of the antidumping investigation on aluminum discs from China. Below, please find relevant information on the antidumping investigation:
Download the Notice of Initiation in this link (in Spanish): Resolución de Inicio Investigacion Antidumping Discos de Aluminio
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Our associate, Emilio Arteaga, reviews Mexico’s trade remedy system, in particular, antidumping duties, as well as trade developments in 2018.
In the video, our associate provides historic figures regarding investigations, antidumping duties, protected industries, and targeted countries. Also, our associate reviews Mexico’s practice regarding whether China qualifies as a Market Economy or Non-Market Economy in antidumping proceedings is addressed.
In Chambers and Partners our members, Adrián B. Vázquez, Emilio Arteaga Vázquez y Mariana Malváez Peralta, published a Practice Guide about international trade remedies, i.e. antidumping, subsidies and safeguards.
Our members contributed to this prestigious International Guide explaining the trends of the Mexican legal system regarding trade remedy practice in a simple and summarized fashion; for instance, whether a country is a market economy or not. The Practice Guide is available at the following link:
VTZ also contributed to Reuters with another Practice Guide about the International Trade of Goods and Services Regime in Mexico, which is available at the following link: VTZ: International Trade of Goods and Services
Our partner, Adrian B. Vázquez, and associate, Emilio Arteaga Vázquez, published an article in the 3rd edition of the International Trade Law Review. In this new edition, the authors analyze the new developments in the field of trade remedy law, such as China’s market-economy status, as well as the renegotiation of NAFTA and the Trump effect.
To access the article, please click the following link: Mexico – ITLR