Argentina seeking deal with US to set floor price for biodiesel imports

October 2, 2017 |

In Argentina, rather than be saddled by anti-dumping tariffs of up to 64.17% that keep its biodiesel out of the US market, the government is instead negotiating with the US Commerce Department to set a minimum price for Argentine biodiesel that would ensure it didn’t compete unfairly with domestic biodiesel production. Though Argentina’s government is hopeful of reaching an agreement with its US counterpart, securing the support of the US biodiesel industry required to implement such a deal will be harder to achieve.

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