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China Slaps Antidumping Duties on Methanol from Indonesia, Malaysia, and New Zealand but not Saudi Arabia

12:39 AM MDT | October 26, 2010 | Deepti Ramesh

The Ministry of Commerce (Mofcom; Beijing) says that China will impose provisional antidumping duties of 9.3%-37.5% on imports of methanol from Indonesia, Malaysia and New Zealand, and they will be effective from October 28. The decision follows a preliminary investigation, which found that Chinese methanol manufacturers have suffered damages as a result of dumping of methanol by these countries. Mofcom says it also investigated the imports of methanol from Saudi Arabia, and that no evidence of dumping was found. China imposed definitive antidumping duties of...

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