The move came after the ministry received complaints that Japan Electric Chemical Co. increased dumping activities and flouted the country’s anti-dumping measures, according to a statement on the ministry’s website.
China’s domestic chloroprene rubber producers filed an application for a reexamination of anti-dumping measures against the Japanese company’s products, the statement said.
In 2011, the ministry extended the anti-dumping duties for another five years.
Chloroprene rubber, commonly known as Neoprene, is mostly used in manufacturing electrical cables and other types of cables, as well as waterproof products.
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