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China to Remove Export Tax Rebates

June 13, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

China will eliminate rebates on export taxes on 142 products as part of a campaign to control exports of high-pollution, high energy-consuming products, effective June 1, says the Ministry of Finance (Beijing). The move will apply to a number of chemicals, including caustic soda, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), soda ash, and sodium tripolyphosphate, sources say. The China Chlor-Alkali Industry Association (Beijing) says export tax rebates for PVC are expected to fall from 11%, to 5%, and that the current 13% export tax rebate on caustic soda and soda ash will be...

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