EU Introduces Additional Duties on Imports of Chinese Paper

12 November 2010

Following on from an anti-subsidy investigation that was launched in April this year, the EU has levied anti-dumping duties (ADD) on products covering 16 Tariff Sub-Headings within Tariff Heading 4810 that originate from China.

The product in question is coated fine paper (primarily used for books and brochures), a 6 billion Euro market in Europe. Additional levies in most cases are as high as 39.1%. Whether this is a reaction to the ongoing currency dispute remains to be seen but importers of fine paper from China should be aware that their margins are going to experience a considerable squeeze.

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