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    EU ENLARGEMENT DOES NOT THREATEN RUSSIA WITH NEW ANTIDUMPING MEASURES?

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    BRUSSELS, March 8 (RIA Novosti) - The coming entry from May 1, 2004 of ten new countries (Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Cyprus and Malta) into the EU will not result in Brussels applying additional antidumping procedures in trade with Russia, EU Trade Commissioner Pascal Lamy told a Monday briefing in Brussels.

    He refused to say what number of protective measures in the interests of the EU Brussels is applying in trade with Russia now.

    Mr. Lamy said after the enlargement, the applied antidumping measures in trade with ten new member countries will be abolished.

    In 2003, the European Union applied in relation to different countries 170 antidumping procedures and organized 20 antidumping investigations.

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