EU launches anti-dumping probe into Chinese coated fine paper

08:30, February 20, 2010      

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The European Union launched an anti-dumping investigation into coated fine paper imported from China, following complaints from the CEPIFINE, the European association of fine paper manufacturers, said a report from the website of China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM).

CEPIFINE, which represent more than 25% of the total EU production of coated fine paper, alleges that imports originating in China, are being dumped in the EU market.

EU trade inspectors choose the U.S. as the subrogate country and will probe into Chinese coated fine paper producers' export record in 2009. The investigation will cover 16 tariff items.

The European Commission will make the final decision within 15 months.

By People's Daily Online
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