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Imported Doors (Anti-Dumping Order)

Volume 981: debated on Friday 21 March 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for Trade whether he will make a statement on the application which has been made to the European Commission for an anti-dumping order to be made on doors manufactured in Taiwan.

Over the past six months officials of my Department have met the British woodworking federation on numerous occasions to assist it in the completion of an anti-dumping complaint against external wooden doors from Taiwan. I understand that the complaint is now with the European woodworking federation, FEMIB, which will shortly be submitting it to the European Commission.