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Parliamentary questions
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29 October 2019
E-003532/2019
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 138
Samira Rafaela
 Subject: Colombian anti-dumping measures on frozen fries imported from the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany

On 14 October 2019, the Commission announced that it would launch a case at the WTO on the issue of the anti-dumping tariffs imposed by Colombia on frozen fries imported from the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. In these three countries, the potato-producing and ‑processing sectors generate thousands of jobs.

What efforts has the Commission made to convince Colombia that frozen fries are not dumped on its market?

Why has it refrained from challenging the actions taken by the Colombian Government for almost a year after the measures were introduced?

Will it continue its efforts to resolve the dispute while WTO proceedings are ongoing?

Original language of question: NL
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