MOC ends anti-dumping measures against PBT resin from Japan and Taiwan

15:17, July 26, 2011      

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China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) announced Friday that the anti-dumping measures against PBT resin imported from Japan and Taiwan to China's mainland will be ended as of July 22.

The ministry announced on January 22 that it planned to end the anti-dumping measures on July 22, and it said that industrial representatives and organizations in China could file applications to it for a reexamination of the imports.

The statement said the ministry had received no applications, and the anti-dumping measures had come to an end.

The MOC slapped an anti-dumping tax on PBT resin from Japan and Taiwan for a five-year term in 2006.

PBT Resin, also called Polybutylene Terephthalate Resin, is used in auto manufacturing, telecommunications, textile and equipment and instrument manufacturing.

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