China’s Ministry of Commerce Imposes Temporary Anti-Dumping Deposits on US Sorghum

China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOC) announced Tuesday [17 April 2018] that it will impose provisional anti-dumping measures on grain sorghum imported from the United States. A preliminary ruling by the MOC found that U.S. companies had dumped grain sorghum on the Chinese market, and such imports had caused substantial damage to the domestic industry…Full Article:

China Displeased Over US Actions Against Hardwood Plywood Products

China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOC) on Tuesday [14 November 2017] expressed strong discontent over a U.S. trade remedy ruling against hardwood plywood products imported from China. Describing the action and ruling as “unreasonable,” the MOC urged the United States to implement the consensus reached between leaders of the two countries and properly manage differences through

China Maintains Anti-Dumping Duties on EU Potato Starch Imports

China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOC) has decided to extend anti-subsidy duties levied on potato starch imported from the EU for another five years, starting Saturday [16 September 2017]. Potato starch imports from the EU are subject to anti-subsidy duties ranging from 7.5 to 12.4 percent, according to an MOC ruling on Sept 17, 2011…Full Article:

The EU Ends Anti-Dumping Duty on Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) from China

The European Union (EU) brought an end to 13-year-long trade remedy measures on polyethylene terephthalate (PET) originating in China after terminating an expiry review on Tuesday [7 February 2017]. “The European Commission concludes that the expiry review of the anti-dumping measures applicable to imports of PET originating in China should be terminated,” said a statement

U.S. Commerce Department Imposes Preliminary Anti-Dumping Duties on Chinese Ammonium Sulfate Fertilizer Imports

The U.S. Commerce Department on Tuesday [25 October 2016] announced its preliminary affirmative determination in the countervailing duty (CVD) investigation against imports of ammonium sulfate from China, signaling that it may pose punitive duties on the products. The department said that producers and exporters of such products from China had received countervailing subsidies at 206.72