ANTI-DUMPING duties erected against Chinese imports of coke, (with a diameter of 80 millimetres or more), under the authority of the European Coal and Steel Community, are to be preserved once this EU institution disappears on July 24. The EU Council of Ministers has voted to maintain all ECSC anti-dumping duties for the time being, most of which concern steel. This Chinese coke attracts duties of Euro 32.60 per tonne of dry net weight, which covers all producers in China.

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