PVC probed by India

Gibson, Jane
September 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;9/11/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 34, p31
Trade Publication
This article states that India is to examine suspension-grade polyvinyl chloride (PVC) exports from three Chinese producers in an anti-dumping probe. The Chinese government said that Xinjiang Tianhe, Yichang Yihua Cogen, and Tianjing Dagu Chemical were selected based on a sampling test. A statement from the Ministry of Commerce said that other countries involved in the anti-dumping investigation include Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan and the U.S. China's PVC exports to India grew to 43,183 tonnes in the first half compared with a year earlier. Chinese PVC exports to Turkey rose to 73,028 tonnes in the first half from 529 tonnes in the same period in 2005.


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