Keith Nuthall
EUROPEAN Union ministers have been asked to reimpose anti-dumping duties - albeit at a lower rate - against imports into the EU from Belarus of synthetic staple fibres of polyesters, not combed, carded or otherwise processed for spinning.

The move follows a review of the duties on polyester fibre from Belarus that were imposed in 1996 and 1997 at a rate of 43.5 per cent. This inquiry has shown that the Belarus exporter Khimvolokno Industrial Group VSV Trading Co is still selling its fibres at dumped prices, although, claimed the ...

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