China says it is reviewing the need for anti-dumping measures on US-origin DDGS imports

April 16, 2019 |

In China, Reuters reports that the government has started to review its tariff policy on US-origin DDGS as requested by the US Grains Council and others. Tariffs were first set in 2016 at 33.8% but were later raised to as high as 53.7% in addition to up to 12% anti-subsidy tariffs but the commerce ministry has pledged to review whether the need for anti-dumping and anti-subsidy tariffs still exists. China has said that it will start importing US agricultural products again following the US-China trade war that has been raging for several months.

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