China finalizes antidumping duties on TDI imports from EU

12 March 2013 06:06  [Source: ICIS news]

SINGAPORE (ICIS)--China will impose antidumping duties (ADDs) ranging from 6.6% to 37.7% on imports of toluene diisocyanate (TDI) originating in the EU for five years from 13 March 2013, the Ministry of Commence announced on Tuesday.

The country has been levying security deposits on EU-originated TDI as a temporary antidumping measure since 13 November 2012.

Antidumping investigations have concluded that those materials have been dumped into China and Chinese domestic TDI industry has been hurt by the dumping, the ministry said.




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