Keith Nuthall
EUROPEAN Union (EU) ministers have been asked to approve definitive anti-dumping and countervailing duties for Indian exports of polyester textured filament yarn into Europe, after European Commission investigations concluded that under-priced consignments were damaging EU producers.

Brussels has formally proposed that Indian exports are saddled with a 7.9% anti-dumping duty, with lower duties being levied on products from companies that cooperated with Commission inquiries into the problem. These include Madhya Pradesh's Indo Rama ...

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