​ L-Lysine: EU launches anti-dumping investigation into Chinese imports

2024-05-24 14:39

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The European Commission has initiated an anti-dumping investigation into Chinese L-Lysine imports following a complaint from the sole EU producer, METEX NØØVISTAGO. The probe aims to determine if these imports are sold below fair value (dumped) and harming the EU industry.

METEX NØØVISTAGO alleges that Chinese government intervention distorts domestic prices and costs, making a fair comparison with EU prices impossible. Citing an EU Commission document and China's 14th Five Year Plan (FYP) as evidence, they request an investigation that uses undistorted prices for comparison. Preliminary evidence suggests significant dumping margins for Chinese producers.

The European Commission will investigate a limited sample of Chinese producers and unrelated importers chosen based on export volume and sales volume in the EU, respectively. METEX NØØVISTAGO will also be investigated to assess the impact of these imports. Other potentially impacted groups, with a proven link to the product, can submit information within a designated timeframe. The investigation is expected to be completed within 14 months, with provisional duties potentially imposed within 8 months.


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