Keith Nuthall
THE EU Council of Ministers has agreed to impose definitive countervailing duties on imports of synthetic polyester fibres from Australia and Indonesia, which will prevent European producers facing unfair competition because of subsidies paid to their rivals in these Asia-Pacific countries. Australian export will attract a six per cent countervailing duty on these products, while most Indonesian polyester will attract an additional 10 per cent of duty. Some Indonesian companies will be exempt, however, including PT. Indorama Synthetics TbK, PT. ...

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