China’s commerce ministry announced last week that it will extend antidumping measures on imports of U.S. broiler chicken products for a further five years, effective from Sept. 27. A suspension of the measures would potentially hurt Chinese firms, according to a statement posted on the ministry’s website on Monday.
According to the National Chicken Council (NCC), China first imposed the duties on chicken imports from the U.S. in September 2010, claiming that chicken was subsided i
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