China’s Ministry of Commerce is set to review its anti-dumping tariffs on imports from the United States of distillers grains (DDGS), an animal feed ingredient, according to a document issued by the China Alcoholic Drinks Association.
The document, dated April 8 and issued to member companies and reviewed by Reuters, said the U.S. Grains Council had asked the commerce ministry to terminate their anti-dumping and anti-subsidy tariffs on American DDGS.
China implemented tariffs on DDGS in 2016.
China set anti-dumping duties of between 42.2% and 53.7% on U.S. DDGS in January 2017, up from 33.8% in preliminary duties implemented in September 2016.
China bought 3 MMT of DDGS in 2016, mainly from the United States.
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