China continues to impose anti-dumping duties on a

2022-07-25
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China continues to impose anti-dumping duties on adipic acid imported from the United States, Europe and South Korea. An announcement was issued on October 23. From November 2, 2015, China will continue to impose anti-dumping duties on adipic acid imported from the United States, the European Union and South Korea for a period of five years

the Ministry of Commerce issued an announcement on october31,2014, deciding to conduct a final review and investigation on the anti-dumping measures applicable to the case. The dumping investigation period is from july1,2013 to june30,2014, and the same is true for tinned fruits. The industrial injury investigation period is from january1,2009 to june30,2014

On november1,2009, the Ministry of Commerce of the people's Republic of China issued the annual Announcement No. 78, deciding to implement anti-dumping measures for adipic acid imported from the United States, the European Union and South Korea for a period of five years. The tax rate for US companies is 16 4%; EU companies account for 7.4%-16.7%; Korean companies account for 5.0% to 16.7%

on June 23, 2011, the Ministry of Commerce decided that Rhodia Korea Co., Ltd. should inherit the 5.9% anti-dumping duty rate applied by Rhodia polyamide Co., Ltd. in the adipic acid anti-dumping case. Meanwhile, the investigated products exported under the name of Rhodia polyamide Co., Ltd. shall be subject to the anti-dumping duty rate of 16.7% applicable to "other Korean companies"

on April 18, 2014, the investigating authority issued the annual Announcement No. 21. Solvay chemical Korea Co., Ltd. inherited the 5.9% anti-dumping duty rate applied by Rhodia Korea Co., Ltd. in the adipic acid anti-dumping measures case, and exported the investigated products under the name of Rhodia Korea Co., Ltd. in the rated country with progressive voltage, The anti-dumping duty rate of 16.7% applicable to "other Korean companies" shall apply

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