10 July 2006 09:51 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS news)--Taiwanese and Indian exporters of nonyl phenol into China must pay deposits of 9.07-20.38% as part of an ongoing anti-dumping investigation, China’s Ministry of Commerce (MoC) said on Monday.
A 20.38% deposit is required for all other imports from these two countries, said the ministry.
The investigations started on 29 December and a final decision is expected 12-18 months from then.
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