India determines ‘injury’ from Chinese FKM imports

New Delhi – The Indian ministry of commerce has determined that the domestic industry has suffered “material injury and material retardation” from the import of fluoroelastomers (FKM) from China.

In a 27 Dec ruling, the directorate general of trade remedies (DGTR) – the ministry’s investigation arm – said it had established that dumping was taking place.

The directorate recommended anti-dumping duties ranging from $0.078/kg to $7.31/kg (€0.068/kg to €6.43/kg) on FKM originating from China.

According to the DGTR, the prices of Chinese suppliers have been lower than non-Chinese…

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