Chinese Trade Remedies
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At today's press conference, the spokesperson for China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) confirmed that a review of the anti-dumping and countervailing duties on Australian wine has begun, and also commented on the status of license applications for graphite exports, for which the new rules are coming into force tomorrow, and
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.
This week, China's Ministry of Commerce decided to extend the anti-dumping duties on POM copolymer from South Korea, Thailand and Malaysia.
Ahead of Prime Minister Visit, Australia and China Make Progress on Resolving Wine, Wind Tower Trade Disputes
On Saturday, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese announced that he would travel to China from November 4 to 7, as Australia and China have each taken steps to resolve some ongoing disputes over trade remedies.
Last week, China's Ministry of Commerce announced the extension of the countervailing measures on EU potato starch, maintaining countervailing duties of up to 12.4%. The reasoning of the decision is summarized below.