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Listen: How will European producers cope without anti-dumping duties on Chinese PET?

On February 8, the European Commission dropped its anti-dumping duty on imports of PET from China, which were as high as 22.9%. But will the European PET producers now find themselves with an elephant in the room? Shashank Shekhar, petrochemicals EMEA news editor, explores this subject with the PET chain senior specialist, Sam Hashmi.

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