South Korea kicks off polysilicon duty talks with China
South Korean government urged China to lift import measures against its polyisilicon. China imposed duties on polysilicon from South Korea and the United States in July 2013.
South Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) has asked the Chinese government to lift anti-dumping duties on Korean polysilicon imports introduced in July 2013.
The request was made at the a joint strategic meeting with the private sector to discuss regulations on South Korean imports, according to Korean portal KBS.
The article also reports that an official letter about the removal of duties was to be sent to high-level Chinese leaders, and MOTIE will also discuss the matter at an upcoming meeting of the World Trade Organization’s committee on anti-dumping practices scheduled for April, as well as at the Seoul International Forum on Trade Remedies in May.
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