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Anti-dumping Actions

Commodity: Oxalic acid, whether in dihydrate (CUS number 0028635-1 and CAS number 6153-56-6) or anhydrous form (CUS number 0021238-4 and CAS number 144- 62-7) and whether or not in aqueous solution, currently falling within CN code ex 2917 11 00 (TARIC code 2917 11 00 91).
Countries/Economies: The Chinese mainland.
Action: On 29 November 2016, the Official Journal published Commission Implementing Regulation 2016/2081 re-imposing a definitive anti-dumping duty on imports of oxalic acid originating in the Chinese mainland and produced by Yuanping Changyuan Chemicals Co. Ltd. It will be recalled that on 18 April 2012, by Council Implementing Regulation 325/2012 (the contested regulation), the Council imposed a definitive anti-dumping duty on imports of oxalic acid originating in India and mainland China in the range of 14.6% to 52.2% following an anti-dumping investigation. Then, by judgment of 20 May 2015, the General Court annulled the contested regulation, in so far as Yuanping Changyuan Chemicals Co. Ltd, a cooperating Chinese exporting producer, was concerned. Following the General Court's judgment, the Commission published a Notice declaring that it had decided to resume the anti-dumping investigation concerning oxalic acid for the purposes of implementing the judgment in regard to Yuanping Changyuan Chemicals Co. Ltd.
Rates: Pursuant to its re-opening of the investigation as outlined above, a definitive anti-dumping duty of 14.6% has been imposed on imports of the product concerned and produced by Yuanping Changyuan Chemicals Co. Ltd (TARIC additional code B232).
Dates: The Regulation entered into force on the day following that of its publication in the Official Journal.

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