China investigates EU pork anti-dumping

Published Jun 18, 2024

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China's Ministry of Commerce has initiated an anti-dumping investigation into EU pork and pork accessories, as reported by the China Livestock Industry Association. The investigation covers the period from January 1 to December 31 of the previous year and is expected to be completed by June 17, 2025. This action is in response to the EU imposing a countervailing duty of up to 38.1% on Chinese electric vehicles, effective from next month. China imported approximately 1.345 billion tons of pork and accessories from EU countries like Spain and Portugal last year, which accounted for half of its total pork imports.
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China investigates EU pork anti-dumping... Countermeasures against electric vehicle tariffs China conducts anti-dumping investigation into EU pork and pork accessories. The Ministry of Commerce of China announced this through a notice posted on its website yesterday (17th), saying, "We have received the application for an anti-dumping investigation submitted by the China Livestock Industry Association." The investigation period is from January 1 to December 31 of last year, and the investigation is scheduled to be completed before June 17, 2025, but he added that under special circumstances, the investigation can be extended for another six months. Last year, China imported 1.345 billion tons of pork and accessories from EU countries such as Spain and Portugal, equivalent to about half of the pork imported by China. This decision is ...
Source: Yonhapnewstv
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