Anti-dumping tax on imported potato starch may end next year

Updated: 2011-08-08 10:02


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BEIJING-- China's anti-dumping tax on potato starch imported from the European Union (EU) may expire on Feb 6 next year, said the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) on Saturday.

But domestic producers could request for review on ending the tax 60 days before Feb 6 next year, said a notice on the MOC website.

The anti-dumping measure, effective on Feb 6, 2007, requires importers to pay a tax of 17 to 35 percent to Chinese customs.


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