European Commission imposes provisional anti-dumping measures on Korean thermal paper producers

By Hein Hobbelen, Baptist Vleeshouwers, Pauline Van Sande, Dick Ignacio, Kiliane Huyghebaert, Anne Federle

05-2020

On 26 May, the European Commission imposed provisional anti-dumping measures of more than 22% on imports of heavyweight thermal paper (HWTP) from South Korea. The decision follows a complaint filed by the European Thermal Paper Association (ETPA) and its members from Germany, Finland and Spain. The group was represented by Bird & Bird’s Brussels-based Trade and Customs team.

HWTP has many applications, including labels in the e-commerce sector, event tickets and more. The decision marks only the provisional phase, with many months ahead to get to the definitive stage.

Bird & Bird acted for the European Thermal Paper Association (ETPA). The Bird & Bird LLP team was led by partner Hein Hobbelen and included partner Anne Federle, associates Baptist Vleeshouwers, Dirk Ignacio, Kiliane Huyghebaert and Pauline Van Sande, and senior public affairs manager Francine Cunningham.

Download the full publication of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2020/705 here.