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China slaps antidumping duties on resorcinol from Japan and US

10:49 AM MDT | March 22, 2013

Ministry of Commerce, PRC (Mofcom; Beijing) will impose antidumping duties on imports of resorcinol from Japan and the United States for five years starting 23 March. An antidumping investigation was launched in March 2012 following complaints from Chinese resorcinol manufacturers. The final ruling follows the investigation, which revealed that resorcinol imports from Japan and the US were dumped in the Chinese market, causing substantial damage to the Chinese resorcinol industry. China will levy a 40.5% tariff on resorcinol imported from Japan and a tariff of...

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