CANADA: Canada to impose provisional dumping duties on Asian garlic
Canada is set to impose anti-dumping duties on garlic imports from China and Vietnam, after a tribunal ruled that the Asian imports are hurting the Canadian producers. In a recent decision, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal said that it had sufficient evidence to prove the dumping of garlic from Vietnam and China has caused harm to Canadian garlic growers.
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