The EU Commission has postponed the implementation of definitive anti-dumping duties against certain Chinese aluminum products. The Brussels-based authority has imposed duties on imports of flat-rolled aluminum products – but immediately suspended them for nine months. They are now expected to apply by July 11, 2022, according to the Directorate-General for Trade. The level of the definitive anti-dumping duties would range from 14.3 to 24.6 percent. However, market developments, including imports from China, will continue to be monitored regularly, the directorate general stressed. The levy could take effect at any time, it added.
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