China continues anti-dumping measures on some imported TDI

21:49, November 20, 2009      

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China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) announced Friday that it will maintain anti-dumping measures on some imported Toluene Diisocyanate (TDI) from Nov. 21.

The anti-dumping measures target TDI, a widely used organic compound in the chemical industry, imported from Japan, the Republic of Korea, and the United States. The period will be five years.

China launched anti-dumping measures on TDI from those countries in 2003 for a period of five years, and launched an investigation into ending of the measures in November 2008, on the request of some Chinese companies.

The MOC said that if China suspended anti-dumping measures on the material, the domestic industry would continue to be harmed.

Source: Xinhua
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