On May 19, China's Ministry of Commerce started an anti-dumping investigation on polyoxymethylene, generally referred to as POM, copolymers from the United States, the European Union, Taiwan and Japan, after the domestic petitioners argued the plastics were being dumped into the Chinese market at a margin of up to 45%.

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