On August 2, 2012, the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) published in the Federal Register its preliminary determinations in the antidumping (AD) investigations of Wind Towers from China and Vietnam. DOC calculated preliminary AD margins for the Chinese mandatory and cooperative respondents ranging from 20.85 to 30.93 percent, while non-participating producers will face a margin of 72.69 percent. Pursuant to its non-market economy (NME) AD calculation methodology, in which DOC estimates the costs of producing subject merchandise in China based on costs in a comparable "surrogate" market economy, DOC preliminarily selected the country recommended by the foreign producers—Ukraine—as the surrogate, finding that it provides the most specific information to value steel plate, the most significant input in the manufacture of wind towers. For Vietnamese producers, DOC calculated preliminary AD margins ranging from 52.67 to 59.91 percent; India was … [Read more...] about Wind Energy Industry Will Be Affected by Recent Trade Decisions, Tax Policy
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Brexit and the EU’s ReactionThe October regular meeting of the European Council, on October 20-21, was British Prime Minister Theresa May’s first. She gave a presentation on the UK Government’s current state of preparation for the Brexit negotiations. Since Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union has not yet been triggered, the other Member States did not react or comment, faithful to their position that no negotiation, even informal, may start before the UK’s formal notification of its intention to leave under that Article.The European Council held a debate on the state of implementation of EU migration policy and on the relationship with Russia—in light of the so-called “Normandy format” summit on Ukraine that had taken place the day before, and of the ongoing bombardments of the Syrian city of Aleppo by the Russian armed forces. They also discussed various aspects of EU trade policy (see Section 8 of this … [Read more...] about Brexit and the EU’s Reaction, Tech and Digital Single Market Policies, Communication and Media Policies: EU Policy Update
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Mukesh Chand August 14, 2018 11:13 am Change Font Size The financial sector of the country is a major contributor towards the growth of the country. The sector comprises public sector banks (PSUs), commercial banks, insurance companies, Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs), mutual funds, pension funds etc. The 17th Financial Stability Report (FSR)[i] released by RBI in June has highlighted that the stress in the banking sector continues as gross non-performing advances (GNPA) ratio rises further. Profitability of SCB[ii]s declined, partly reflecting increased provisioning. Credit growth of SCBs picked up during 2017-18 notwithstanding sluggish deposit growth. Macro-stress tests indicate that under the baseline scenario of current macroeconomic outlook, SCBs’ GNPA ratio may rise from 11.6 percent in March 2018 to 12.2 percent by March 2019. The system-level capital to risk-weighted assets ratio (CRAR) may come … [Read more...] about Towards Loan Market Structure: More Liquidity & Relief From Stressed Assets For Banks?
The RGNUL Student Research Review (formerly known as “RGNUL Student Law Review”) is a bi-annual, student run, peer reviewed journal based at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab. It is the flagship journal managed by the students of the University.It has been founded with the objective of facilitating arguments in black and white. Owing to the success of previous editions and international contributions, the journal will be published by Eastern Book Company Publishers (EBC) and will be archived online on scconline.com.The previous special edition on Law and; Technology featured an engaging guest article by Mr. Nandan Kamath who is an alumnus of NLSIU, Oxford (Rhodes Scholar) and Harvard Law School and Mr. Abhinav Shrivastava who is an alumnus of NALSAR and Kings College London on the regulatory treatment of online gaming in India.The Law Review aims to publish comprehensive treatments of subjects … [Read more...] about RGNUL Law Review: Trade & Investment Law
Welcome to fall, which used to be marked by events like apple picking, leaf watching and playoff baseball (Go Sox!). However, it seems as if a new standard-bearer for the season has been added to the autumn repertoire, a guessing game as to whether Congress will be able to avoid a government shutdown. Last week, the House did its part, passing a continuing resolution on a near party line vote that would continue to fund the government through December 15th but would also defund the Affordable Care Act (ACA) (a/k/a “Obamacare”). With less than 10 days until a possible government shutdown, the Senate is expected to strip out the ACA related provisions of the CR before returning the resolution to the House, although a growing chorus of conservative voices is encouraging some Republican Senators to prevent this strategy. Ultimately, the conventional wisdom is that the Senate will send back a “clean” CR , but it is uncertain how a divided … [Read more...] about Financial Services Legislative and Regulatory Update – September 23, 2013