China extends anti-dumping duties on optical fibres from India


Beijing, August 13

China on Thursday prolonged anti-dumping duties on single-mode optical fibres imported from India for 5 years.

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce (MOCOM) stated the most recent ruling would take impact from Friday and final 5 years, with punitive tariffs ranging between 7.four per cent and 30.6 per cent, relying on the precise Indian producers, official media right here reported.

The determination got here after MOFCOM evaluated the doable harm to Chinese industries if anti-dumping measures are terminated, on the request of the home single-mode optical fibre business on August 13, 2019, the reviews stated.

It dominated that if the measures are terminated, the dumping of imported single-mode optical fibres from India could proceed and Chinese home industries subsequently be impacted.

On August 13, 2014, MOFCOM determined to impose anti-dumping duties on imported single-mode optical fibres from India, a call which was legitimate for 5 years.

Single-mode optical fibres, that are optical fibres designed to hold solely a single mode of sunshine inside a sure wavelength vary, have quick transmission charges, lengthy transmission distances, and huge transmission capability.

The fibres are primarily utilized in networks similar to long-haul communications, metropolitan networks, cable tv, and fibre entry networks similar to fibre to the house (FTTH). PTI



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