28 July 2009 13:55 [Source: ICIS news]
NEW DELHI (ICIS news)--India is considering levying a definitive anti-dumping duty on polyol imports from China, South Korea and Taiwan, a government official said on Tuesday.
The authority has recommended a uniform reference price of $2,601/tonne (€1,821/tonne), the official said.
Under such a tariff mechanism, the anti-dumping duty is calculated as the difference between the reference price and the value of the import parcel arriving at an Indian port.
The authority has not recommended any levy on polyol supplies from
Polyol imports from
The earlier reference price-based duty of $ 1,472.77/tonne lapsed on 23 July after its one-year extension expired.
The imposition of an anti-dumping duty would benefit
($1 = €0.70)
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