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EU looks to extend ethanol antidumping duties

Current duty of 9.5% will stay in place for next 15 months during investigation.

The European Commission announced that it will review its antidumping duty against U.S. fuel ethanol imports. The duties have been in place since February 2013 and were set to expire after an initial five-year period. The latest move by the European Union will keep the duty in place for another 15 months while the investigation takes place.

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