EU court calls for end of antidumping duty on U.S. ethanol

The 9.5% antidumping duty remains in place, pending a possible appeal by the EU.

A European court issued a decision to annul the European Union’s countrywide 9.5% antidumping duty on all ethanol imported from the U.S. The duty had been in place since February 2013 and has been challenged by the Renewable Fuels Assn. (RFA) and Growth Energy.

The EU General Court ruled that the five-year antidumping duty of $83.03 per metric ton was invalid because the E

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