China dispels talk of tax changes for aluminum, ferroalloy exports
Dec 16, 2005 | 10:58 AM
China doesn't plan to raise export taxes on ferroalloys or aluminum in 2006, government officials said.Market participants had reported strong rumors that Beijing would impose an extra 8- to 15-percent tax on ferroalloy exports after the Chinese New Year in late January, but a....
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