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3 firms seek antidumping duties on India, Taiwan.

WASHINGTON, May 21 Kyodo

DuPont Teijin Films U.S. Ltd. and two other Japanese chemical firms said Monday they took legal measures to ask the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) to impose antidumping duties on polyethylene terephthalate films from India and Taiwan.

The three firms, including Mitsubishi Polyester Film of America and Toray Plastics Inc., insist that India and Taiwan export the products to the United States at unfairly low prices.

They also asked the ITC to impose a compensatory tariff on products from India because the country unjustly subsidizes its exports.
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Publication:Asian Economic News
Date:May 28, 2001
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