Trade Trade

Chinese sulfanilic acid tariffs to continue at EU borders

By Poppy Carnell
  • 27 Jan 2021 06:48
  • 27 Jan 2021 06:48
Chinese makers of sulfanilic acid will continue facing tariffs at EU borders, MLex has learned.
The bloc's duties of 33.7 percent will continue for another five years, following a review into whether to let the almost 20-year-old measures expire.  

The EU has taxed imports of the acid from China

To view the latest version of this document and thousands of others like it, sign-in to MLex or register for a free trial.

Poppy Carnell

Chief Correspondent

Poppy has been reporting for MLex since 2008, providing the latest coverage and in-depth analysis on various EU regulation. Since 2012 she has broken stories and given comment on trade defense matters, trade and investment agreements and commercial policy. Previously, she was reporting on energy policy and climate change negotiations.

Discover MLex

Stay on top of global regulatory developments

Latest News