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China launches anti-subsidy probe into polyphenylene ether imports from US

Polymer material mainly used in automotive and electronics industries

China's commerce ministry starts an anti-subsidy probe into imports from the United States of polyphenylene ether.   © Reuters

BEIJING (Reuters) - China's commerce ministry said on Friday it has started an anti-subsidy probe into imports from the United States of polyphenylene ether, a polymer prized for its heat resistance and used in the automotive and electronics industries.

Earlier this month, the commerce ministry launched an anti-dumping probe into imports from the United States of polyphenylene ether.

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