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Yarn, wind power face new duties; olives poised to wrinkle US-EU relationship

Ags - Fruit/Veg 127 Canada 474 China 2914 Cons. Discr. - Apparel 453 Egypt 4 Energy - Renewables 167 European Union 781 India 468 Indonesia 88 Malaysia 127 Mexico 845 Morocco 6 Spain 47 Tariffs 1771 Thailand 124 Trade Deals 982 Turkey 61 U.S. 5231 USMCA 455 Vietnam 345 WTO 114

The U.S. International Trade Commission has issued a variety of rulings in November, with polyester yarn, wind towers, and solar panels all receiving some form of additional tariff burden. The polyester yarn ruling targeted subject imports from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and Vietnam that were sold under fair value, accounting for 30.5% of U.S. imports in the first three quarters of 2021. These countries saw imports fall by 23.5% year over year in Q3, likely in anticipation of the ruling, while USMCA countries may benefit with imports increasing by 32.1% year over year in the same per...

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