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India may impose anti-circumvention duty on a chemical from China, Korea

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Press Trust of India New Delhi
India may impose anti-circumvention duty on a chemical, used in electrical, electronic, mechanical and chemical from Korea and China with a view to guard domestic players from cheap imports from these countries.
Gujarat Fluorochemicals Ltd, on behalf of the domestic industry, has filed the application before the directorate to investigate the matter and impose the duty.
The commerce ministry's investigation arm DGTR (Directorate General of Trade Remedies) has initiated a probe into an alleged circumvention of anti-dumping duty imposed on Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) by the countries.
It has alleged

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First Published: Jun 24 2020 | 6:13 PM IST

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