THE EUROPEAN Union Council of Ministers has voted to impose definitive 22.5 per cent anti-dumping duties on imports of ferro molybdenum from China. Sweden opposed the move, with Germany, Finland, Ireland, the Netherlands and Britain abstaining. The European Commission investigation leading to the decision was sparked by a complaint by EU producers association Ferro-alliages. Ministers imposed a provisional anti-dumping duty on the imports last August, albeit at 26.3 per cent, with some exporters cooperating with inquiries being granted a ...

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