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China Ends Ethanolamine Anti-dumping Measures

The Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) has terminated the anti-dumping measures applicable to ethanolamine imports originated in Japan, the US, Malaysia and Taiwan with effect from 13 November 2015.

On 14 November 2004, MOFCOM released the Announcement No. 57 (2004), deciding to take anti-dumping measures against imports of ethanolamine (monoethanolamine and diethanolamine) originated in Japan, the US, Iran, Malaysia, Taiwan and Mexico for five years.

On 13 November 2009, MOFCOM released the Announcement No. 90 (2009), deciding to terminate the anti-dumping measures applicable to imports of ethanolamine originated in Iran and Mexico.

On 13 November 2010, MOFCOM released the Announcement No. 75 (2010), deciding to maintain the anti-dumping measures against imports of ethanolamine originated in Japan, the US, Malaysia and Taiwan for five years.

On 20 January 2015, MOFCOM released the Announcement No. 4 (2015), announcing that the aforesaid anti-dumping measures would expire on 13 November 2015. From the date of release of this announcement to the time of 60 days before expiration of the anti-dumping measures, natural persons, legal persons or relevant organisations in the Chinese mainland industry or on behalf of the Chinese mainland industry can make an application for expiry review to MOFCOM in writing.

In the period prescribed in the aforesaid announcement, neither the ethanolamine industry on the Chinese mainland nor any representative thereof makes an application for expiry review, so MOFCOM decides not to actively initiate expiry review investigation. In that light, the anti-dumping measures applicable to imports of ethanolamine originated in Japan, the US, Malaysia and Taiwan was terminated as of 13 November 2015.

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