13 April 2009 12:00 [Source: ICIS news]
SHANGHAI (ICIS news)--China has re-confirmed anti dumping duty (ADD) on acrylate esters imports from Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia after completing a full year of investigations, an official from Ministry of Commerce said on Monday.
The ministry did not find South Korea was dumping acrylate esters into China and therefore has lifted the ADD imposed on its imports, the official said.
The anti-dumping duties were imposed on 9 April 2008 when the investigations started. The ADD range from 3% to 49% for a period of five years.
According to a statement on the ministry's website China began to impose ADD on acrylate esters imports from the four countries as early as 10 April, 2003.
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