Europe needs to come up with a more effective strategy in managing migration and tackling the root of the problem: the key message of a high-level conference organised by the European Parliament, that brought together high representatives of the EU and the United nations, as well as international experts and MEPs.
Imports from outside the EU reached €468.2 billion in the first quarter of 2017. To avoid unfair competition for European businesses and workers, fines are imposed on third countries deemed to be “dumping” goods into the EU market. The European Parliament is looking at a new methodology for calculating anti-dumping duties, where “significant market distortions” are the basis for calculations.
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