Investigation On Indian TBHQ Imports By China Ministry Commerce
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China investigates tert-butylhydroquinone imports from India

10:34 AM, 23rd August 2013
China Ministry of Commerce Launches Investigation on Indian TBHQ Imports

BEIJING, CHINA: China’s Ministry of Commerce (MOC) has launched an investigation into imports of Indian tert-butylhydroquinone (TBHQ). MOC has received requests from domestic TBHQ producers, accusing Indian manufacturers of dumping the product on the Chinese market and calling for an inquiry.

The ministry will consider whether Indian companies have sold TBHQ at an artificially low price in China and any consequences that the action may have brought to Chinese businesses. The investigation is expected to take at least a year, and may be extended to February 2015.

 

© Xinhua News

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