China extends ADDs on nonylphenol imports from Taiwan, India

28 March 2013 08:44  [Source: ICIS news]

SINGAPORE (ICIS)--China will extend its antidumping duties (ADDs) on the imports of nonylphenol (NP) from Taiwan and India for another five years, starting from 29 March 2013, the country’s Ministry of Commerce said on Thursday.

The country has been levying ADDs ranging from 4.08-20.38% on Taiwanese and Indian NP imports since 29 March 2007.

The latest decision was made following a review on the existing measure, the ministry said.

The review concluded that the removal of ADDs may allow NP product from India and Taiwan to be dumped into China again, which could affect the domestic NP industry.

By: Fanny Zhang
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