China renews tariff on optical fiber imports from India
The country's Ministry of Commerce said it continues to levy anti-dumping duties on imports of single-mode optical fibers from India, effective from Friday for another five years, China's CGTN network reported.
The single-mode optical fibers are used for manufacturing telecommunications equipment.
The ministry said it found during a review of the imports that if the duty was lifted "the imports would hit the domestic market hard". The tariffs will range between 7.4% and 30.6%.
The imported fibers are used in long-haul communications, metropolitan networks, cable television and fiber access networks.