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New Delhi: The government has imposed anti-dumping duty of up to $0.671 per kg on imports of a chemical used in the manufacture of household cleaning products from China to protect the domestic industry, reports PTI.
“The anti-dumping duty imposed... shall be effective up to and inclusive of 20 March 2011, and shall be payable in Indian currency,” a notification by the Department of Revenue said.
The restrictive duty on ‘Sodium Tripoly Phosphate’ would range from $0.307 per kg to $0.671 per kg, it said.
The Directorate General of Anti-Dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD), a nodal agency under the commerce ministry, had recommended imposition of the duty after an investigation.
While the commerce ministry recommends anti-dumping duty, the finance ministry imposes it.
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