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China to terminate antidumping measures on dimethyl ketone from Japan, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan

12:19 AM MST | December 12, 2012 | Deepti Ramesh

Ministry of Commerce, PRC (Mofcom; Beijing) says it will terminate the antidumping measures for dimethyl ketone imported from Japan, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan if the Chinese dimethyl ketone industry does not submit an application for a review of the measures. China imposed antidumping duties on dimethyl ketone imported from these countries for 5 years starting 9 June 2008—meaning the measures are due to expire on 9 June 2013. If the domestic industry wants the antidumping measures to be extended, it needs to submit an application for review 60 days...

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