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New Anti-Dumping Procedure for Glass Fibre Fabrics Originating in China

  • Monday, 1st August 2011
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The Official Journal of the EU has published a notice of initiation of anti-dumping proceedings concerning woven and/or stitched glass fibre fabrics, originating in China.

According to EuCIA, the European umbrella of the composites industry, the complaint was lodged by the Glass Fibre Defence Coalition (GFFDC). The product under investigation is “fabrics of woven or stitched or woven and stitched continuous filament glass fibre rovings, excluding products which are impregnated or pre-impregnated (pre-preg), and excluding open mesh fabrics with cells with a size of more than 1.8 mm in both length and width and weighing more than 35 g/m² (the product under investigation)”(Art.2).

The European Commission invites all the relevant stakeholders to inform them as interested parties in the investigation within 15 days since the publication of the current notice.

EuCIA was notified as user of the product concerned and nominated as interested party in the proceedings.


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