In Latest Volley, China Imposes Duties On EU Chemicals
China's Ministry of Commerce, or Mofcom, finalized its plan to levy the duties on European exports of toluidine — a chemical used in dyes, pesticides and pharmaceuticals. German chemical maker Lanxess AG will face 19.6 percent duties, while all other European exporters will get a 36.9 percent rate.
The announcement concludes an investigation launched in June 2012...
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