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EU to track Argentinean and Indonesian biodiesel imports following launch of antidumping investigation

6:47 AM MDT | April 12, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

The European Union says it will track Argentinean and Indonesian biodiesel imports in the coming months as part of an antidumping investigation launched by the European Commission (Brussels), according to a statement in commission’s official journal dated 11 April. The tracking will allow the European Union to levy provisional duties retroactively in the event biodiesel producers in Argentina and Indonesia are found to be benefiting from subsidies.  Argentinean and Indonesian biodiesel imports represent some 90% of EU biodiesel imports and will face...

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