14 May 2009 16:37 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS news)--The EU has now replaced the ?xml:namespace>
Market players said this was an inevitable and unsurprising consequence of the recent EU imposition of anti-dumping tariffs on subsidised
“What you have to bear in mind is that this is not really a dramatic change," a trader said on Thursday.
A spokesperson for the European Biodiesel Board said on Thursday that their priority was to get a definitive duty on imports in order to maximise the production capacity in
“Of course [this shift] may lead to a reorganisation of trade - this is almost inevitable - but what we have to focus on is the issue of B99; it’s still very early days yet, and no one could say for sure whether this will really harm European producers in the same way that B99 did,” said Amandine Lacourt, spokesperson for the EBB.
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