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In December 2020, Canadian authorities introduced its choice to enforce brand-new obligations on exports of wheat gluten from EU Member States, consisting of Austria, Belgium, France, Germany and also Lithuania, together with Australia.In a Statement of Reasons published earlier this month, the authorities detailed the brand-new obligations that vary between 10%and 26,2%. The choice confirms the Findings of the Canadian International Tribunal(CITT )– published on 22 April– which promoted that the Canadian Border Service Agency had actually found that disposing of wheat gluten originating in or exported from Australia, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany and Lithuania caused injury to the domestic industry.Based on deceptive analyses According to Starch Europe, nevertheless, the decision was taken regardless ofduplicated resistances given on its own as well as various other EU institutions as well as companies.It competed the examination relied on a misleading evaluation of the structure of the EU starch market.

More specifically, the anti-dumping responsibilities were used despite the absence of proof of any injury suffered by Canadian producing companies.”Starch Europe and also its participant companies are sorry for a quickly one-sided preliminary decision taken in December 2020, 4 months after the launch of the investigations in August 2020, and also regardless of active payment from the EU sector,”said Starch Europe.”Since August 2020, EU wheat gluten firms

found in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany and Lithuania gave detailed information, especially data verifying that conditions of imports of wheat gluten from these EU nations on the Canadian market were lined up with global market conditions.”