China’s Ministry of Commerce will impose provisional anti-dumping measures against single-mode optical fibers from India after making a preliminary determination that Indian companies are dumping the products on the Chinese market to the detriment of domestic producers, Xinhua News Agency reported Tuesday.
The ministry told domestic importers of India-made single-mode optical fibers, which are widely used in the telecommunications industry, to pay cash deposits to the customs bureau starting Wednesday. The deposit rate ranges from 13.7 percent to 51 percent of the value of their imports, the report said.
Indian companies covered by the anti-dumping measures include Sterlite Technologies, Birla Furukawa Fibre Optics, Corning Technologies India, Aksh Optifibre and Finolex Cables, among others, it said.
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