More than a dozen Senators want the U.S. to consider bringing a WTO challenge against the European Commission over anti-dumping duties the EC imposed against U.S. ethanol. The 14 Senators from the Midwest and Upper Midwest ethanol-producing states complained in a letter this week to Top U.S. Trade officials about the EC’s decades-old international anti-dumping law. The lawmakers urge Acting U.S. Trade Representative Demetrios Marantis and Acting Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank to consider a WTO challenge of 9.6-percent the EC is violating anti-dumping duty against all U.S. ethanol sold in the EU.
Renewable Fuels Association President Bob Dinneen says the EC acted despite finding no dumping by six U.S. ethanol firms and four marketers
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