China Says EU Dumping Polyurethane Chemical On Its Market

Law360, New York (November 14, 2012, 4:29 PM EST) -- Chinese trade authorities preliminarily ruled Wednesday that toluene diisocyanate — a chemical used to make polyurethane products — from the European Union had been dumped on the Chinese market, and called for security deposits of up to 37.7 percent. 

China's Ministry of Commerce, which launched an anti-dumping probe aimed at toluene diisocyanate, or TDI, from the European Union in March, said Chinese industry had been harmed by sales of the chemical at less than fair value.

“It is preliminarily ruled by the investigation authority that, during...
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