China to Impose Anti-dumping Measures on Epichlorohydrin Imports from US, Korea, Japan & Russia
- Jul 5, 2012
The Ministry of Commerce of China released Announcement No.32 on June 27, deciding to impose anti-dumping measures on imports of epichlorohydrin from the US, Korea, Japan and Russia for five years since June 28, 2012.
According to the Announcement, the dumping and injury would continue if to terminate anti-dumping measures on imports of epichlorohydrin from the above-mentioned countries. Approved by the Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council, MOFCOM decided to continue to impose anti-dumping duty on such imports from June 28, 2012, with the same scope and rates in MOFCOM Announcement No.44 of 2006.
MOFCOM released announcement on June 28, 2006 to impose anti-dumping duty on imports of epichlorohydrin originated from the US, Korea, Japan and Russia, with a term of five years from June 28, 2006. On June 27, 2011, MOFCOM released an announcement to start a sunset review on the anti-dumping measures imposed on imports.
Epichlorohydrin is made from from propylene, chlorine and caustic soda. It is used as feedstock for epoxy resins in applications such as corrosion protection coatings in the electronics, automotive and aerospace industries.
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Source: Ministry of Commerce, China
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