Chinese officials strike back on aluminium foil duties

A top official from within the Peoples’ Republic of China has made public the government’s dissatisfaction with the US Department of Commerce’s findings regarding Chinese foil exports - calling the duties “unreasonable.”

The Chinese government “will take the necessary measures to safeguard its own legitimate rights and interests,” according to a statement on the Ministry of Commerce website. That release was issued on Wednesday February 28, following Commerce’s decision to affirm anti-dumping duties as high as 106.09% and countervailing duties as high as 80.97% on imports...

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Kirk Maltais

March 01, 2018

03:15 GMT