HEADLINE China to extend anti-dumping measures on pulp imports


China to extend anti-dumping measures on pulp imports

By Wang Yi | People's Daily app

11:24, April 20, 2018

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China's Ministry of Commerce said on Friday morning it will extend anti-dumping measures on pulp from the US, Canada and Brazil.

The announcement says the measures include imposing an anti-dumping duty for five years on pulp imports from the three countries, which was originally announced in the ruling issued on April 4, 2014.

On February 12, 2015, Canada brought the case to the WTO dispute settlement body to solve the conflict, and the WTO experts released a report on the case three months later.  

To carry out the WTO verdict on the case, China started another round of investigations on the case last year in August.

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