China’s anti-dumping probes Japanese, Indian pyridine imports

China’s anti-dumping probes on Japanese, Indian pyridine imports

7:36 AM, 24th September 2012
China’s anti-dumping probes on Japanese, Indian pyridine imports

BEIJING, CHINA: The Ministry of Commerce (MOC), China informed on Friday that it has launched anti-dumping investigations over imported pyridine made in Japan and India.

The authorities will examine whether and to what extent such imports hurt the Chinese pyridine industry. Based on the findings, the ministry will take decisions according to the law, said a statement posted on the MOC’s website, as reported by Xinhua. The probes are expected to end within a year and can be extended for another six months under special circumstances.

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