EU renews anti-dumping duties against US biodiesel for another five years

In Belgium, the European Commission has extended anti-dumping duties against US biodiesel producers, including ADM and Cargill, through 2020. The duties were brought in back in 2009 in retaliation for what Europe saw as unfair subsidies in the $1 per gallon producer credit. The EU felt that there was still a risk of harm to the domestic biodiesel industry if it lifted the anti-dumping duties so instead chose to renew them for another five years to 2020.

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