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Sunday, August 20, 2017
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Vietnamese aquatic exporter scores a significant victory at US court Vietnamese aquatic exporter scores a significant victory at US court
Vietnamese leading aquatic producer and exporter CASEAMEX - Can Tho Import-Export Joint Stock Company in January won a significant victory at the US Court of International Trade, in an appeal filed against the US Department of Commerce in the anti-dumping proceeding on fish fillet exports from Vietnam.
Leading wind tower producer wins in fight against US antidumping duties Leading wind tower producer wins in fight against US antidumping duties
CS Wind Vietnam, a Korea-invested company which manufactures wind towers in Phu My, Ba Ria-Vung Tau southern province and supplies them to customers in Europe and the US, has recently won several issues before the US Court of Appeals for Federal Circuit in its ongoing fight against US antidumping duties.
Vietnamese Basa/Tra fillets exports to US market hampered by the new product-specific input reporting requirement Vietnamese Basa/Tra fillets exports to US market hampered by the new product-specific input reporting requirement
In Vietnam-US bilateral trade, Vietnamese exports of frozen Basa/Tra fish fillets have all along been a controversial issue. This article focuses on a particular element of tariff barrier, specifically on a very important methodological aspect in the ongoing anti-dumping review proceedings covering Vietnamese fish fillets exports.
US anti-dumping duties on Vietnamese basa/tra fillets determined by cost in Indonesia US anti-dumping duties on Vietnamese basa/tra fillets determined by cost in Indonesia
On March 29, 2016, the US Department of Commerce published the final results of the 11th administrative review of the anti-dumping duty orders on frozen basa/tra fillets from Vietnam. 
Nation protests US plastic-bag duty Nation protests US plastic-bag duty
Vietnam has protested the US Department of Commerce (DOC)’s preliminary decision announced on August 31 on the imposition of countervailing duties on products imported from the country, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
AO victims submit petition to US Supreme Court AO victims submit petition to US Supreme Court
Representatives of the Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (VAVA) on October 6 submitted a petition to the US Supreme Court, urging re-consideration of the US Court of Appeals verdict relating to a lawsuit initiated by Vietnamese Agent Orange victims.
Supreme Peoples Court affirms right to counsel in major ruling Supreme People’s Court affirms right to counsel in major ruling
On July 9, the court of appeal under the Supreme People’s Court overturned a first-instance judgment of the People’s Court of Ho Chi Minh City and ordered reopening of investigation and adjudication of the case for the reason that the police, in the course of investigation, failed to appoint lawyers for the accused who had the right to presence of defense counsel
Agent orange victims go in search of justice Agent orange victims go in search of justice
The journey from Dong Nai province in southern Vietnam to New York for the US Court of Appeals hearing on a lawsuit filed by Vietnamese Agent Orange victims was an extreme hardship for Nguyen Thi Hong.
Lawyers gather to back AO victims Lawyers gather to back AO victims
Vietnamese lawyers gathered in Hanoi on June 14 to affirm their support for Agent Orange (AO) victims in the lawsuits against US chemical companies. The gathering was held ahead of a planned hearing on the matter by the US Court of Appeals in New York on June 18.
Lawyers appeal AO lawsuit dismissal Lawyers appeal AO lawsuit dismissal
Lawyers representing Vietnamese Agent Orange (AO)/dioxin victims filed an appeal on April 8 at the US Court of Appeals for the second circuit. The appeal challenges the dismissal of the case last month by federal district court judge Jack Weinstein.

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