09 October 2009 15:38 [Source: ICIS news]
NEW DELHI (ICIS news)--India is considering levying definitive anti-dumping duties (ADD) on imports of all major polyester yarns, excluding partially oriented yarn (POY), from China, Thailand and Vietnam, a government official said on Friday.
The country’s anti-dumping authority has advised the government to impose duties at different rates on imports from specified companies, he added.
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The anti-dumping authority has recommended that definitive duties be imposed retroactively from 26 March.
The products covered by the anti-dumping probe are described as “all fully drawn or fully oriented yarn or spin drawn yarn or flat yarn of polyester (non-textured and non-POY).” They are collectively referred to as fully drawn yarn (FDY).To discuss issues facing the chemical industry go to ICIS connect
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