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April 23, 2015India has extended antidumping duties on acetone imports from Japan and Thailand by one year, the Ministry of Finance (New Delhi) says. The tariffs will remain in force until 8 April...
April 21, 2015India has levied antidumping duties on acetone from Taiwan and Saudi Arabia for five years, the Ministry of Finance (New Delhi) says. Depending on factors, tariffs of $86.10/m.t....
April 1, 2015Cepsa (Madrid) plans to open officially its new phenol plant at Shanghai on 20 April, the company says. The plant, which has nameplate capacity for 250,000 m.t./year of phenol and...
February 23, 2015India has extended an antidumping duty on acetone from South Korea by five years starting 18 February, the Ministry of Finance (New Delhi) says. The extension results from a sunset...
January 29, 2015India will implement antidumping duties on acetone imported from Taiwan and Saudi Arabia, the Directorate General of Antidumping and Allied Duties (New Delhi) says. The Taiwanese...
December 15, 2014Cepsa (Madrid) declared force majeure on phenol and acetone production at its site in Huelva, Spain, a company source confirmed Monday. It was understood that customers would be put on...
December 10, 2014India plans to impose an antidumping duty of $79.75/m.t. on acetone from South Korea, a notification from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (New Delhi) says. The tariffs result...
October 22, 2014UOP, a Honeywell subsidiary, says that Cepsa Chemical Shanghai will use UOP's phenol process to produce phenol and by-product acetone — key building blocks for polycarbonate...
June 9, 2014The Ministry of Commerce (Mofcom; Beijing) has extended China’s antidumping measures for acetone imported from Japan, Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan for a further five years...
May 2, 2014There has been a slight uptick in phenol and phenol derivatives demand in Europe partly as result of an improved economic outlook, notably in the automotive sector, and an absence of...