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China Extends Antidumping Measures on Ethanolamine Imported from Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan, and U.S.

11:47 PM MST | November 16, 2010 | Deepti Ramesh

The Ministry of Commerce (Mofcom; Beijing) says that China has decided to extend its antidumping measures on ethanolamine imported from Japan, Malaysia, Taiwan, and the U.S., for another five years. Mofcom, in November 2009, launched an expiry review on the antidumping measures on ethanolamine imported from these countries in response to applications from Chinese ethanolamine companies. Following a year-long investigation, Mofcom found that dumping of ethanolamine originating from these countries might continue and again hurt the Chinese ethanolamine industry, if...

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