April 2010: China imposed anti-dumping duties on grain-oriented silicon electrical steel imported from the US (7.8-64.8%) and Russia (6.3-24%); the US imposed an anti-dumping duty of 99.14% on imported steel pipes from China.
February 2010: The US said it would to impose anti-dumping duties of over 231% on imports of gift boxes and packaging ribbon from China.
January 2010: The US Department of Commerce set a preliminary ruling to impose anti-dumping duties of as much as 289% on imports of wire decking from China.
December 2009: The US International Trade Commission completed its countervailing duty investigation on China-made oil pipes, imposing duties from 10.36% to 15.78%.
November 2009: Washington imposed anti-dumping duties of up to 99% on Chinese-made steel pipe for use in the oil and gas industry.
October 2009: The European Union issued a public notice, ruling that Chinese seamless steel pipe exports to the EU constitute a threat of injury to European industry, and decided to levy anti-dumping duties of 17.7% to 39.2%.
September 2009: China initiated an anti-dumping and anti-subsidy probe into imports of US car parts and chicken parts; the US imposed tariffs of up to 35% on Chinese tire imports.
July 2009: The European Commission determined to impose anti-dumping duties of as much as 24% on imports of steel and wire rod from China for a period of five years.
June 2009: The EU imposed a five-year anti-dumping duty on metal wire rods from China.
May 2009: The US imposed anti-dumping duties of up to 101.1% on circular welded carbon quality steel line pipes imported from China.
March 2009: The EU declared to set up a case of anti-dumping investigation on container scanners imported from China.