Russia largely wins fertiliser case against Ukraine at WTO
WTO panel largely ruled in favour of Russia on Friday in a case brought against Ukraine on anti-dumping measures imposed on imported ammonium nitrate used in fertiliser.
A dispute panel of the World Trade Organization (WTO) largely ruled in favour of Russia on Friday in a case brought against Ukraine on anti-dumping measures imposed on imported ammonium nitrate used in fertiliser.
Russia lodged the case in May 2015 saying that the duties violated the WTO's anti-dumping agreement.
The panel also upheld Russia's claim that Ukrainian authorities acted inconsistently with the pact by including privately held Swiss-based producer EuroChem - owned by Russian businessman Andrei Melnichenko - in the scope of the original anti-dumping investigation, citing the minimal margin of dumping.
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