... is coming tomorrow. Reuters has the most detail I've seen so far. The EU is appealing all of the obvious issues: export contingency, causation of serious prejudice, and many of the existence of a subsidy / specificity findings. Two other interesting issues to watch are the following:
I hope to have something to say on the first one at some point in the near future.
We may learn a bit more when the notice of appeal becomes public, but we probably won't get the key details until the EU posts its appellant's submission online (hopefully that will happen fairly quickly after it is filed, although I can imagine that if it has a lot of confidential info in it, it might take a little while).
ADDED: The EU has posted the notice of appeal here: http://trade.ec.europa.eu/doclib/docs/2010/july/tradoc_146379.pdf
In its press release about the notice of appeal, the EU notes: "