China terminates five-year anti-dumping measures on TDI from EU

Beijing – China’s Ministry of Commerce (Mofcom) lifted anti-dumping duties against imports of TDI 80/20 from the EU on 12 March 2018.

According to a statement, the ministry said it had not received ‘any qualified applications for final review within the prescribed time limit (60 days before the expiry date).’

The ministry added that it had decided ‘not to initiate an investigation for the final review on its own.’

Duties were levied five years ago following the ministry’s investigation that dumping ‘substantially damaged’ China’s TDI industry.

Duty rates imposed…

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