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Following the judgment of the General Court, the Commission announced, in Decision 2017/C296, OJ ref. C296, dated 7 September 2017, the re-opening of the anti-dumping investigation that led to the adoption of regulation 626/2012, limited to the irregularity identified concerning Changmao Biochemical Engineering Co. Ltd.
However the Anti-Dumping Duty rate imposed by regulation 349/2012 still applies for this producer, with immediate effect.
|Company||Anti-Dumping Duty rate||TARIC additional code|
|Changmao Biochemical Engineering Co. Ltd.||10.1%||A688|
This product currently falls within Combined Nomenclature (CN) code 2918 12 00 90.
The difference in anti-dumping duties paid under regulation 626/2012 on imports of tartaric acid produced by Changmao Biochemical Engineering Co. Ltd. and originating in the People’s Republic of China (13.1%) and regulation 349/2012 (10.1%), may be reclaimed from the National Duty Repayment Centre on form C285, in accordance with applicable customs legislation (subject to the 3 year rules).
Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight (CHIEF) was updated on 7 September 2017. The printed tariff will be updated in the November amendments.
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