China Levies Duties On Cellulose Pulp From US, Canada, Brazil

Law360, New York (November 8, 2013, 3:57 PM EST) -- The Chinese government announced Friday that it had begun levying provisional tariffs on imports of cellulose pulp from the U.S., Canada and Brazil after determining that shipments from those countries have been sold at unfairly low levels.

China's Ministry of Commerce also determined that its domestic producers had been “substantially damaged” during the period of its investigation and established a causal relationship between this damage and the dumped imports. Given these findings, it began imposing provisional duties Thursday, it said.

Following the Chinese orders, imports of...
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