USA: Anti-dumping charges against US tomato growers terminated
California's fresh tomato growers are hailing today's ruling by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal that ends the investigation into dumping by US tomato growers in Canada. In its announcement this week, the Tribunal expressly found that the alleged dumping of fresh tomatoes by the US industry "has not caused material injury or retardation and is not threatening to cause material injury to the domestic industry." Thus, the case initiated in 2001 against the US tomato industry by Canadian greenhouse growers is immediately terminated.
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