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Crop-based biofuel producers have been urged to keep fighting for the best deal under the EU's draft directive on renewable energy (REDII) with the warning that the proposed reduction in the crop cap to 3.8% by 2030, if approved, will remove €20 billion from EU farm incomes and rural processing businesses.
Farming umbrella organisation Copa-Cogeca has lent its support to the decision by the EU’s biodiesel industry to appeal against the European Commission for lowering duties for imports of the fuel from Argentina and Indonesia.
New rules lowering anti-dumping duties on biodiesel from Argentina and Indonesia have entered into force, after being published in the EU Official Journal.
The EU biodiesel sector plans to react on the recent decision by the European Commission's trade defence committee to lower the anti-dumping (AD) duties on Argentine biodiesel by September 28, 2017, industry sources have said.
A European Union panel has voted to cut the anti-dumping (AD) duty rates on biodiesel imports from Argentina. The new rates, ranging from 4.5-8.1%, should be introduced by September 28, the European Commission has said.
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