GENEVA — Turkey and Brazil initiated the largest number of antidumping investigations against textile exports in the second half of 2007, targeting primarily China and other Asian nations, a World Trade Organization report said.
Out of 10 cases, Turkey initiated five antidumping actions, followed by three from Brazil and one each from the U.S. and Thailand. Turkey launched actions on imports of Chinese nylon textured yarn, polyester textured yarn, and three cases against imports of polyester textured yarn from Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.
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