The EU issues an announcement on the name change of the anti-dumping case against China's canned citrus fruits
On September 13, 2013, the European Commission issued an announcement stating that Zhejiang Huangyan No 1 Canned Food Factory (Huangyan No 1 Canned Food Factory) notified the European Commission on March 20, 2012 that the company changed its name to Zhejiang Taizhou Yi Can Food Co., Ltd. ( Zhejiang Taizhou Yiguan Food Co. Ltd.) and asked the European Commission to confirm that the company’s name change did not affect its separate tax rate of 361.4 euros/ton. After a review, the European Commission concluded that the original Huangyan No. 1 Canned Food Factory (Huangyan No 1 The name change of Canned Food Factory does not affect the European Commission ruling No. 158/2013, so it has decided to continue to impose an anti-dumping duty of 361.4 euros/ton on Zhejiang Taizhou Yiguan Food Co. Ltd..
In October 2007, the European Union initiated an anti-dumping investigation on canned citrus fruits originating in China; in December 2008, the European Union made an affirmative final ruling on this case. (Original: China Trade Remedy Information Network)