Chinese Trade Remedies
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China's Ministry of Commerce recently announced its ruling on the expiry review for anti-dumping measures on optical fiber from Japan and South Korea, deciding to extend the anti-dumping duties, which range from 7.9% to 46%, for another five years.
China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) announced that it has launched an anti-dumping investigation on polycarbonate (PC) imported from Taiwan.
At the WTO's Committee on Anti-Dumping Practices meeting on April 27, 2022, Japan raised concerns about Chinese anti-dumping measures on Japanese steel; and China raised concerns about U.S., EU, and UK anti-dumping measures against Chinese products and about general anti-dumping practices by these countries.
At a WTO meeting earlier this year, China expressed a concern that safeguard measures were being overused.
In a recent preliminary ruling, China's Ministry of Commerce decided to impose anti-dumping duties of up to 81.2% on phthalocyanine from India.
China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) announced that it would start an expiry review of anti-dumping measures imposed on polyformaldehyde copolymer (POM copolymer) from South Korea, Thailand, and Malaysia.
China's trade agency recently announced the launch of an expiry review on countervailing measures imposed on potato starch from the European Union (EU).