BEIJING Jan 11 China has increased dumping
tariffs on imports of a U.S. animal feed ingredient known as
distillers' dried grains (DDGS) from levels first proposed last
year, potentially escalating a trade spat between the world's
two largest economies.
In its final ruling, the Commerce Ministry said on Wednesday
that anti-dumping duties will range from 42.2 percent to 53.7
percent, while anti-subsidy tariffs will be between 11.2 percent
and 12 percent.
That's up from anti-dumping duties of 33.8 percent and
anti-subsidies of 10 percent to 10.7 percent in its preliminary
decision in September.
The rates will take effect from Thursday and be in force for
(Reporting by Josephine Mason and Beijing newsroom; Editing by