12 December 2012 06:59 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--China’s Ministry of Commerce has announced in a statement on Wednesday that its anti-dumping measures on acetone imported from Japan, Singapore, Korea and Taiwan will expire on 9 June next year.
The ministry had levied anti-dumping duties (ADDs) at 5-51.6% on acetone cargoes imported from these four regions since 9 June 2008.
According to China’s anti-dumping policy, the implementation period of the ADDs should not exceed five years if there is no review application from domestic producers during that period.
It was heard that China’s Bluestar New Chemical Materials Co plans to submit its review application to the ministry, but it could not be confirmed.
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