Chinese Citric Acid to Face Anti-dumping Investigation Again
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In 2008, EU ran an anti-dumping investigation into Chinese citric acid, and finally decided to levy average 6.6% ~42.7% anti-dumping duty on Chinese citric acid. However, EU and Chinese citric acid......

In 2008, EU ran an anti-dumping investigation into Chinese citric acid, and finally decided to levy average 6.6% ~42.7% anti-dumping duty on Chinese citric acid. However, EU and Chinese citric acid manufacturers had an agreement that if the CIF price of Chinese citric acid to EU is higher than the price promised between Chinese manufacturers and EU, there will be no anti-dumping duty. Thus, the effect of EU's anti-dumping was less than that of the US. The total citric acid import volume of EU in 2009 just decreased …

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  • 1. Headline News:Chinese Citric Acid to Face Anti-dumping Investigation AgainOn Dec. 13th 2010, Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of Chinapublished a notice that Brazil Citric acid Industry Association had applied for an anti-dumping investigation into Chinese citric acid, and Brazil government considered this application matched the condition for filing a case, which means that the country will probably run an anti-dumping investigation into Chinese citric acid. Now, many Chinese citric acid manufacturers are discussing how to cope with this issue.Brazil is one of the important export destinations of Chinese citric acid, whichtotally imported 19,642 tonnes citric acid in the first ten months this year, up92.5% over the corresponding period of last year. According to ChinaCustom’s data, the export price to Brazil was much lower than to the US andEU in 2010, as both of these two regions had levied anti-dumping duty onChinese citric acid. The export price to Brazil was USD892/t averagely duringthe fist ten months this year, while that to the US and to EU reachedUSD1,584/t and USD1,042/t respectively, thus, Brazil considered the lowimport price from China could hurt its domestic citric acid industry, and BrazilCitric acid Industry Association attempted to reduce Chinese citric acidcompetitiveness by levying anti-dumping duty, just the same as what EU andthe US did.In 2008, EU ran an anti-dumping investigation into Chinese citric acid, andfinally decided to levy average 6.6% ~42.7% anti-dumping duty on Chinesecitric acid. However, EU and Chinese citric acid manufacturers had anagreement that if the CIF price of Chinese citric acid to EU is higher than theprice promised between Chinese manufacturers and EU, there will be no anti-dumping duty. Thus, the effect of EU’s anti-dumping was less than that of theUS. The total citric acid import volume of EU in 2009 just decreased …Viewmore at the website:http://www.cnchemicals.com/PressRoom/PressRoomDetailN.aspx?prNewsId=142Want to have a systematic market report on Citric Acid? AskCCM to update the 2006 edition report at http://www.cnchemicals.com/Report/ReportMin.aspx?rptid=586 or contact CCM for your specific requirements.