Brazil applies anti-dumping measures to Asian nylon

16 September 2013 20:55  [Source: ICIS news]

CAMPINAS, Brazil (ICIS)--Brazil’s chamber of foreign trade (Camex) has applied provisional anti-dumping measures to nylon imports from China, South Korea, Thailand and Taiwan, Camex said on Monday.

The anti-dumping measures apply for up to four months, Camex said.

Imports tariffs range from $220.70/tonne (€165.53/tonne) on several producers in Taiwan to $2,409.11/tonne for several Chinese producers.

As a rule, Camex imposes provisional tariffs when it begins an investigation into possible dumping of product into the Brazilian market.

($1 = €0.75)


By: Leo Siqueira
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