31 March 2009 16:44 [Source: ICIS news]
NEW DELHI (ICIS news)--India has imposed a fresh anti-dumping duty of $107.28/tonne (€81.49/tonne) on hexamine imports from Iran after a sunset review of an earlier levy, a government official said on Tuesday.
The definitive duty would be valid for five years beginning 27 March in accordance with a review by the Indian anti-dumping authorities, the official added.
An earlier levy of the same amount lapsed on 16 March 2009. It was originally levied in June 2005 with retrospective effect from 17 March 2003.
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