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US “no” to duties on Chinese R134a
USA: Refrigerant manufacturer Mexichem says it is considering appealing the US decision not to impose duties on Chinese R134a.
The announcement comes after the United States International Trade Commission (USITC) determined that the US industry is not harmed by imports of R134a from China.
The ruling runs counter to the US Department of Commerce’s proposed final resolution in October which stated that imports of R134a from China should be subject to antidumping duties of 280.67% and countervailing duties averaging 11.14%.
Based on currently available information, Mexichem says it is considering appealing this ruling by the USITC.
US set to impose duties on Chinese R134a – October 16, 2014
USA: The US Commerce Department is reported to be about to impose punitive duties on imports of refrigerant R134a from China. Read more…