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Temporary Measures Imposed on Imported Kraft Board
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China announced Tuesday to start temporary anti-dumping measures against imported un-bleached Kraft liners and boards originating from the United States, the Republic of Korea and Thailand.

Such products from China's Taiwan Province will also be affected by the measures when entering the Chinese mainland.

China's Ministry of Commerce revealed in an announcement that those imported products constitute dumping, with a scope ranging from 7.2 percent to 65.2 percent.  

The ministry announced on March 31 last year that it would start an investigation to check up whether the imported products from the above-mentioned areas constitute dumping.

On March 30, the ministry announced the investigation will be extended by six months.

(Xinhua News Agency June 1, 2005)

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