China slaps anti-dumping duty on chemical from US, Japan

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China slaps anti-dumping duty on chemical from US, Japan

China slaps anti-dumping duty on chemical from US, JapanREUTERS|Oct 15, 2018, 07.34 AM IST

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The tariffs will take effect from Oct. 16, with levies set at 123.4 percent on U.S. suppliers and 41.1 percent on Japanese, and will last for five years, China said.
China will impose anti-dumping tariffs on imports of hydroiodic acid from the United States and Japan, the Ministry of Commerce said on Monday.
The tariffs will take effect from Oct. 16, with levies set at 123.4 percent on U.S. suppliers and 41.1 percent on Japanese, and will last for five years, the ministry said.
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