China’s Ministry of Commerce Extends Anti-Dumping Duties on US White-Feathered Broiler Chickens

China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOC) announced Monday [26 September 2016] that it will extend anti-dumping duties on US white-feathered broiler chickens for another five years, starting Tuesday. China imposed anti-dumping duties on chicken products imported from the Unites States in September 2010, claiming that chicken products subsidized in the Unites States were being dumped on

China’s Ministry of Commerce Slaps Anti-Dumping Duty on American DDGS

China’s Ministry of Commerce has decided to impose anti-dumping duties on distiller’s dried grains (DDGs) from the United States by requiring importers to pay a cash deposit on purchase. The domestic industry has been “substantially” harmed by the dumping of DDGs, the ministry said in its preliminary ruling following an investigation launched earlier this year…Full

China to Review Anti-Subsidy Duty on Potato Starch Imported from the EU

China will review anti-subsidy duties levied on potato starch imported from the EU as they are due to expire, the Ministry of Commerce announced on Wednesday [14 September 2016]. The review was requested by China Starch Industry Association over concerns that should the duties be scrapped domestic producers would suffer…Full Article: China Daily Sept 2016

The USA Appeals to the WTO for a Second Time to End China’s Anti-Dumping Duties on its Chicken Products

Washington is challenging China at the World Trade Organization (WTO) over broiler chicken products, U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman announced Tuesday [10 May 2016]. The United States claimed that China failed to conduct a transparent re-investigation, nor properly calculated costs of production for a U.S. producer. In response, the Chinese Ministry of Commerce said Tuesday

China Allows Anti-Dumping Duties on Rubber Imports to Expire

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Sunday [7 September 2014] it would waive anti-dumping measures on rubber imported from Russia, Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK) beginning Monday [8 September 2014]. The ministry said it has received no expiry review request from Chinese industries to extend the anti-dumping measures, which expire Sunday, and

U.S. to Make Final Decision on Punitive Duties on Chinese Plywood Imports by Summer 2013

The US Commerce Department on Tuesday announced its preliminary affirmative determination in the anti-dumping duty (AD) investigation against imports of hardwood and decorative plywood from China, signaling that it may pose punitive duties on the products. The department said that Chinese producers and exporters sold hardwood and decorative plywood in the United States at dumping