The Ministry of Commerce recently announced that since December 29, 2018, anti-dumping duties have been imposed on imported n-butanol originating in Taiwan, Malaysia and the United States.
Among them, the anti-dumping tax rate for Taiwan Plastics Industry Co., Ltd. in Taiwan is 6%, other Taiwan companies are 56.1%; the anti-dumping tax rate for the US Oujiya company is 52.2%, Eastman Chemical Company, Dao Chemical The company, BASF, and other US companies have a tax rate of 139.3%; the anti-dumping tax rate for Malaysian Petrochemical Petrochemical Company/Ma Petrochemical Marketing (Nayong) Co., Ltd. is 12.7%, BASF Malaysia National Oil Chemicals Pte Ltd, Ou The tax rate of Berdymo Malaysia Chemical Company and other Malaysian companies is 26.7%.
On December 29, 2017, the Ministry of Commerce decided to conduct an anti-dumping investigation on imported n-butanol originating in Taiwan, Malaysia and the United States.
N-butanol is an important organic chemical raw material, mainly used in the production of butyl acrylate, butyl acetate, dibutyl phthalate, butylamine, ethylene glycol monobutyl ether and other downstream products, widely used in coatings, textiles Agents, plasticizers and other fields. N-butanol is also an extractant for oils, biochemicals and fragrances, an additive for alkyd paints, and is also used in the manufacture of surfactants.
In recent years, the domestic coatings industry has developed rapidly, and domestic coating raw material enterprises have also grown. They are able to independently produce and develop a variety of high-quality products. However, the development of downstream derivatives of n-butanol with high added value and high technical content still exists abroad. Larger gaps, some derivatives with special performance and high added value still need to be imported.