JAPAN: Textile Firms Demand Anti-Dumping Duties On Polyester Imports
Japanese textile makers are moving to file an anti-dumping suit against textile exporters from Korea, China, and Taiwan, the Korea Trade Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) said today. Quoting a report from its Fukuoka office, KOTRA said Japan's chemical fibre association, which counts leading textile makers as members, is planning to file an application with the Japanese government calling for anti-dumping duties against polyester fibre imports from Korea, China and Taiwan.
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