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China reviews antidumping measures on acetone from Japan, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan

12:00 AM MDT | June 10, 2013 | Deepti Ramesh

China's Ministry of Commerce (Mofcom; Beijing) says that it began, on 8 June, a final review of antidumping measures on acetone imported from Japan, Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan. China imposed antidumping duties ranging from 5% to 51.6% on acetone from Japan, Korea, Singapore and Taiwan, for five years starting 9 June 2008. Chinese acetone manufacturers, on 3 April 2013, applied for a final review of antidumping measures against imports of acetone from these countries and requested to continue the antidumping measures, Mofcom says. The review will be completed...

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