GPCA Challenges Antidumping Charges

November 2009
Chemical Week;11/23/2009, Vol. 171 Issue 28, ps3
Trade Publication
The article reports on the response of the Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA) to the anti-dumping procedures launched by China, India and the European Union (EU) against exports from the Gulf region. GPCA cites concerns about the potential impact of the antidumping measures on the global petrochemical and chemical industry. It plans to investigate and recommend alternative actions to the antidumping measures.


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