China to keep DDGS anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duties in place during year-long review

January 11, 2022 |

In China, Reuters reports the country will review over the next year the anti-dumping and anti-subsidy tariffs on US DDGS imports starting on January 12, but the tariffs will remain in place during the review period. Domestic DDGS producers are facing tight margins due to high corn prices, and an influx of cheaper DDGS from the US would put further pressure on those margins. Anti-dumping duties have been at 42.2%-53.7% since January 2017, raised from 33.8% in 2016, while anti-subsidy tariffs are currently at 11.2%-12% from an original 10.0%-10.7%.

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