23 April 2010 04:08 [Source: ICIS news]
SHANGHAI (ICIS news)--China has imposed anti-dumping duty (ADD) on polyamide-6 granula from the U.S., European Union, Russia and Taiwan from 22 April following a full-year investigation, a Commerce Ministry official said on Friday.
The duty will be in the range of 40%-96.5% for five years, the official added.
“After almost a year of an anti-dumping investigation, which started on 29 April 2009, we found such cargoes from the stated regions that had impacted Chinese polyamide-6 granula industry," the official said. "So the ADD is indeed necessary.”
Polyamide-6 granule is a kind of synthetic resin widely applied in fibre, textile, chemicals, electrical and automotive sectors.
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