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Glycine antidumping

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Cosmetics conditioning ingredient import regulation from China undergoes five year review by the International Trade Commission to determine whether revocation of the 1995 antidumping measure would lead to "material injury" in the U.S., the agency states in the Feb. 3 Federal Register. Glycine is used in products such as hair conditioners, skin care preparations and permanent wave products. Comments are due March 22
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