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On January 6, China's Ministry of Commerce issued its final anti-dumping and countervailing duty rulings on polyphenylene ether / polyphenylene oxide originating from the United States. In these final rulings, the anti-dumping duties remained about the same as in the preliminary ruling, but the countervailing duties fell considerably and that investigation
On October 14, China’s Ministry of Commerce issued a preliminary ruling [http://www.mofcom.gov.cn/article/zwgk/gkzcfb/202110/20211003207449.shtml] (link in Chinese) in the countervailing duty investigation on polyphenylene ether/polyphenylene oxide (PPO) (聚苯醚) imports from the United States and imposed 17.7% deposits on these
On September 6, China’s MOFCOM issued an affirmative preliminary ruling in its anti-dumping investigation on polyphenylene ether/polyphenylene oxide (PPE or PPO, hereinafter referred to as "PPO") originating in the United States, and announced applicable cash deposit rates ranging from 18.3 percent to 48.6 percent. The comment
On July 26, China’s Ministry of Commerce announced that it would extend the antidumping and countervailing duty investigation periods on polyphenylene ether imported from the United States. The No. 17 Notice [http://cacs.mofcom.gov.cn/cacscms/article/jkdc?articleId=170071&type=F] and No. 18 Notice [http://cacs.