The European Commission (EC) decided to file an appeal with the EU General Court related to its June 2016 ruling invalidating certain ethanol duties. That ruling annulled the European Union’s 9.5 percent antidumping duty on ethanol imported from the United States produced by entities that had been selected as part of a sample group in an antidumping investigation.
During the appeal process, the duty will remain on ethanol generated by these producers and all other American ethanol
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