15 April 2011 05:48 [Source: ICIS news]
SHANGHAI (ICIS)--China will extend its antidumping probe on caprolactam (capro) imports from the US and the EU by six months, the country’s Ministry of Commerce said on Friday.
The ministry said the probe will be extended to 22 October as the case is “very complicated”, according to a statement on its website.
The antidumping probe should have been finalised on 22 April after a one-year investigation, the ministry said earlier.
However, China released provisional duties ranging from 4.3% to 25.5% as temporary antidumping measures on capro imported from the US and the EU from 25 January.
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