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China Considering Dumping Duties On Brazilian Chicken Products

by Mary Swire, Tax-News.com, Hong Kong

23 August 2017


China's Commerce Ministry (MOFCOM) has initiated an investigation into alleged dumping of processed chicken from Brazil, following a complaint from the China Animal Agriculture Association.

The case concerns "broiler products" – chicken meat that has been processed after slaughter for human consumption.

According to the CAAA, Brazilian producers are exporting broiler products to China at a lower price than the normal selling price in the Brazilian domestic market – a practice known as dumping.

The petition claims that the dumping margin is "comparatively large" and that the number of products has increased with the price going "significantly down." This could mean that dumping duties on the products could be significant, if China confirms the existence of dumping.

MOFCOM expects to conclude its investigation by August 18, 2018.

TAGS: tax | law | anti-dumping | World Trade Organisation (WTO) | China | trade disputes | Brazil | trade | Invest

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