US International Trade Commission rules in favour of Chinese fluorochemicals imports
Published: Monday, 17 November 2014
The US bodies’ resolution, which judged that Chinese fluorochemical imports do not injure the US industry, contradicts the ruling from the US Department of Commerce in October, and it is likely that world’s leading producer Mexichem will appeal against the verdict.
The US International Trade Commission
(USITC) has ruled that imports of R-134a
fluorochemical from China do not materially injure or
threaten the US refrigerants industry.
This resolution, which was passed by four
votes to two, abolishes all anti-dumping and countervailing
duties on imports of this fluoro-gas from China.