EU to cut anti-dumping duties on Argentine and Indonesia biodiesel by almost half

July 19, 2017 |

In Belgium, following rulings by the World Trade Organization, the European Commission will lower anti-dumping tariffs against Argentine biodiesel imports by up to 10.6% and up to 6.9% for imports from Indonesia, roughly half of the levels that had been in place in 2013. Argentine companies who cooperated with the EU’s investigation could see their tariffs around 7.3% while cooperating Indonesian companies would see tariffs of 6.5%. A case launched by 13 companies in 2016 who said the tariffs they paid were unfair and want to be reimbursed is still ongoing.

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