The European Commission has decided to exclude Belarus’ Mogilevkhimvolokno from the interim review of the antidumping measures applicable to imports of synthetic staple fibers of polyesters (PSF), a foreign relations manager with Belneftekhim Concern told Interfax.
The source said antidumping measures imposed on the company are automatically lifted. They were introduced five years ago and will expire on Friday.
Mogilevkhimvolokno specialists successfully negotiated the matter with European counterparts, therefore there were no complaints from EU producers, the source said.
The review considers Europe’s imports from the Republic of Korea, Saudi Arabia and the People’s Republic of China.
The duty was imposed in 2002, amounting to 21% of the contract value.