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Dumping probe on metallurgical coke

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NEW DELHI: After China, it is now the turn of Japan to face an anti-dumping probe from Indian authorities on metallurgical coke exported by that country.

Sources said that the Designated Authority in the Commerce Ministry has initiated an anti-dumping probe on metcoke (less than 18 per cent ash content) imports from Japan.

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