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China to take measures against US aluminum duties

Updated: Feb 28,2018 10:54 AM     Xinhua

BEIJING — China is “strongly discontent” with US trade investigations and import duties over aluminum products imported from China and will take necessary measures to defend its interests, an official said Feb 28.

The investigation process and result violated rules of the World Trade Organization and seriously damaged the interests of Chinese companies, Wang Hejun with the Ministry of Commerce said in an online statement.

The US Department of Commerce on Feb 27 announced a final ruling to impose steep anti-dumping duties ranging from 48.64 percent to 106.09 percent and anti-subsidy duties ranging from 17.16 percent to 80.97 percent on Chinese aluminum foil.