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Many golfers are very particular with their sport equipments. And a real golfer values his golf set a lot. Golf such an expensive sport. Every equipment
, club, and accessory should be well taken cared of, if only to protect your investment. This is the reason why golf travel cases are one of the necessities of a golfer. A golf travel case is the equipment that will secure the clubs when the golfer is out on a golf vacation or playing on a tournament. It is quite impossible to bring all the clubs that you need with you without the travel case. You can?t play golf without this piece of equipment.

Fortunately, golfers have many choices when it comes to golf travel cases. But if you only want the best
, be certain of what you should buy. If you are not careful, you will end up with something of low quality. To guide you as to which golf travel case to buy, follow these tips:

1. Consider the style.

You might think that style is the least important. But that isn?t the case with golf travel cases. With the many designs you can choose from, it is only right that you pick the right one ? the one that is a perfect match to your needs. The two major classes of golf travel bags are the hard sided and soft sided ones. Between the two
, the hard sided types are the better choice because of its durability and overall protection. The only downside of this style is that it can be quite heavy. It is not as portable as the soft sided ones. So choose wisely. Do you need superior protection or would you rather go for convenience?

2. Consider the brand.

There are many golf travel cases manufacturers these days. Some of your choices are Cargo Golf, Burton, Datrek, and Samsonite. Needless to say
, you have to go for the brand that you trust. Get the one that is made by the manufacturer of your own luggage.

3. Define the price.

You might be able to afford every golf travel case in the market. But even so, you should declare a reasonable budget for it. Know that these cases are normally sold at $100 up. Golf travel sets sold lower than a hundred bucks may not be durable. But those priced ridiculously might be too much a joke to buy. You know your finances. So buy accordingly.

4. Find retailer discounts.

Discounts do count. Try to buy from a store, whether online or offline, that gives out price cuts in your purchase. It may be as small as a shipping discount. But that would mean a lot of savings if you think about it. Some stores sell golf sets or packages. If you can get your travel case along with the rest of the clubs
, that?s going to be a big benefit to you.

5. Check the warranty.

Always check the warranty that goes with the product you?re buying. Golf travel cases come with a warranty too. It would be best to go for the one that offers replacement or repairs for their cases because you are almost assured of a good quality product with them.

GENEVA, May 23 (Xinhua) -- An experts' panel of the World Trade Organization (WTO) ruled on Friday that part of China's anti-dumping and countervailing measures on certain automobiles from the United States were inconsistent with WTO rules, meanwhile rejected certain claims raised by the United States.

The panel circulated a report on the dispute brought by the United States to the world trade watchdog in 2012, which concerned Chinese duties imposed the U.S.-made autos with an engine capacity of 2.5 liters or larger.

The report found that China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) erred in its determination of the residual anti-dumping and countervailing duty rates for unknown exporters of the subject product
, and concluded that these residual duty rates did not conform to the requirements of the Anti-Dumping Agreement and the Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures (SCM Agreement).

The panel also found a number of inconsistencies relating to MOC's price effects and causation determinations, contrary to the requirements defined by the above two agreements.

Besides, the panel found that MOC erred in failing to provide interested parties with adequate non-confidential summaries of certain confidential information in the petition, and failed to disclose to U.S. respondents the essential facts which formed the basis of its decision to impose definitive anti-dumping duties.

, the panel rejected the claims from the United States that MOC's definition of the domestic industry in the investigations at issue was inconsistent with certain provisions of Anti-Dumping Agreement and the SCM Agreement.

It also rejected the U.S. claims that public notices of MOC failed to disclose the essential facts and findings and conclusions reached on all issues of fact and law considered material by the ministry in relation to the determination of the residual duty rates.

The United States requested consultations with China over the latter's anti-dumping and countervailing duties over U.S.-made autos in July 2012, and in October 2012 a panel was established to probe into the dispute.

MOC started to impose anti-dumping and countervailing duties on imports of U.S. cars and sport utility vehicles with an engine capacity of 2.5 liters or larger in December 2011, following an open investigation in accordance with the WTO rules and upon petitions from domestic enterprises.

Investigations into the auto market showed that U.S. auto makers have received government subsidies and dumped their vehicles into the Chinese market, which has substantially harmed China's auto industry
, MOC spokesman Shen Danyang said in 2011.

China has since levied anti-dumping tariffs from 2 percent to 21.5 percent, and imposed countervailing duties of up to 12.9 percent according to the level of subsidies U.S. carmakers received from their government, both of which expired on Dec. 14, 2013.

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