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China's Ministry of Commerce announced last week that it would start an expiry review of anti-dumping duties applied to chemical compounds from the United States, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia and Thailand.
Earlier this month, China's Ministry of Commerce started an expiry review of the anti-dumping measures on U.S. and Japanese hydriodic acid.
These duties are imposed on imports from South Korea, Taiwan, the United States and India.
China's Ministry of Commerce announced that it started an expiry review on a chemical product from Japan, South Africa, and South Korea, which is currently subject to anti-dumping duties as high as 190.4%.
Last week, China's Ministry of Commerce announced the final anti-dumping rates for Indian phthalocyanines, lowering the rates for most exporters compared to the preliminary ruling.
China's Ministry of Commerce recently started an expiry review on anti-dumping measures imposed on chemical product ortho chloro para nitro aniline from India.