Chinese Carbon Imports Undercut US Prices, Commerce Says

Law360 (June 13, 2019, 6:16 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Department of Commerce has handed down its early-phase tariffs on activated carbon imported from China after finding that the imports were sold in the U.S. at unfairly low prices, according to a notice to be published Friday in the Federal Register.

Commerce imposed an initial dumping rate of 1.65 U.S. dollars per kilogram for Carbon Activated Tianjin Co. Ltd. and 4.33 U.S. dollars per kilogram for Datong Juqiang Activated Carbon Co. Ltd., both of which are being examined individually in the department's 11th administrative review of a 2007 anti-dumping duty order regarding activated carbon from China.

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