Joined Cases C-659/13 and C-34/14: Judgment of the Court (Fourth Chamber) of 4 February 2016 (requests for a preliminary ruling from the First-tier Tribunal (Tax Chamber) — United Kingdom, Finanzgericht München — Germany) — C & J Clark International Ltd v The Commissioners for Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (C-659/13), Puma SE v Hauptzollamt Nürnberg (C-34/14) (References for a preliminary ruling — Admissibility — Dumping — Imports of footwear with uppers of leather originating in China and Vietnam — Validity of Regulation (EC) No 1472/2006 and Implementing Regulation (EU) No 1294/2009 — WTO Anti-Dumping Agreement — Regulation (EC) No 384/96 — Article 2(7) — Determination of dumping — Imports from non market economy countries — Claims for market economy treatment — Time limit — Article 9(5) and (6) — Claims for individual treatment — Article 17 — Sampling — Article 3(1), (5) and (6), Article 4(1) and Article 5(4) — Cooperation of the Union industry — Article 3(2) and (7) — Determination of injury — Other known factors — Community Customs Code — Article 236(1) and (2) — Repayment of duties not legally owed — Time limit — Unforeseeable circumstances or force majeure — Invalidity of a regulation which imposed anti-dumping duties)