The Ministry of Commerce Department Made Preliminary Decision to Take Temporary Anti-Dumping Measures on Toluidine Imported from the EU

On February 28, the Ministry of Commerce issued Public Notice No. 11 of 2013, announcing the preliminary decision to take temporary anti-dumping measures on toluidine imported from the EU.

According to the Notice, under the investigation of the Ministry of Commerce, the dumping of toluidine imported from the EU has caused substantial damage to China’s domestic industry and there exists a causal relationship between the dumping and material injury.  In accordance with the relevant provisions of the Anti-dumping Regulations of the People’s Republic of China, the Ministry of Commerce decided that temporary anti-dumping measures in the form of a margin deposit for security should be implemented on the products mentioned above. Since March 1, 2013, when importing these products, import operators should provide margin money to the China Customs in accordance with dumping margin of each company stipulated in the preliminary decision.

In response to the application of the domestic toluidine industry, The Ministry of Commerce carried out anti-dumping investigation of these products ever since June 29, 2012.

 

One response to “The Ministry of Commerce Department Made Preliminary Decision to Take Temporary Anti-Dumping Measures on Toluidine Imported from the EU”

  1. ahsan says:

    independent person open office in china & what rebates we gets from import and export…
    kindly give info about that..

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