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Debates
Thursday, 12 May 2016 - Strasbourg Revised edition

10.3. China's market economy status (B8-0604/2016 , B8-0605/2016 , RC-B8-0607/2016 , B8-0607/2016 , B8-0608/2016 , B8-0609/2016 , B8-0610/2016 , B8-0611/2016 , B8-0612/2016 )
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  Kay Swinburne (ECR ), in writing. ‒ I voted in favour of this joint motion for a resolution, which stresses that the five criteria established by the EU to define market economies have not yet been fulfilled by China and that, until China meets all these criteria, the EU should use a non-standard methodology in anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations into Chinese imports in determining price comparability.

China’s overcapacity has impacted hard on our industries in recent months and has had a particularly detrimental impact on the steel industry in my constituency. It is therefore vital that the EU retains the full and continued ability to take timely, necessary and effective measures to tackle anti-competitive market practices.

 
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