Commerce Ministry Seeks Extension Of Anti-Dumping Duty On Carbon Black

December 26, 202010:01 am
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Directorate General of Trade Remedies has said there’s a “positive” evidence of likelihood of dumping of “carbon black used in rubber applications” and injury to the domestic industry if the existing anti-dumping duty would be removed.
The directorate has recommended imposing $494 per tonne for imports coming from China and $36.17 per tonne from Russia. The Finance Ministry takes the final decision to impose this duty.

Source: https://www.bloombergquint.com/pti/commerce-min-for-extension-of-anti-dumping-duty-on-carbon-black-used-in-rubber-industry

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