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Ukraine probes local textile products for anti-dumping
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Jun '08
The Chinese Government departments received a formal note from Ukraine Economic Development on June 6 regarding the anti-dumping investigation it has decided to carry out on Made-in-China products.

The Economic Department of Ukraine specified that fabrics with fine hair including towels and other relevant products, will be taken under scrutiny for protecting domestic manufacturers from the impacts of excessive imports from China.

The decision was taken on May 29 and would be carried out as anti-dumping investigation on a variety of textile products imported from China.

What is concerning the Chinese Government is that if this chain of anti-dumping charges and duties imposed on local goods continues for another year, the country is bound to post a decline in its annual exports and consequently in the revenues.

Enterprises have therefore been requested to thoroughly inspect their goods for quality, international standards, counterfeit products and durability before dispatching it for exports to various countries.

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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