The European Commission canceled its 9.5 percent anti-dumping duty on imports of U.S. ethanol in place since 2013. The commission made the announcement after a review of the duty found no evidence the U.S. would export ethanol to the EU at dumped prices. In addition, the commission did not find evidence that a lack of growing demand in the U.S. caused an increase in ethanol exports to the EU. Rather, the study found increasing U.S. demand and increasing export demand.
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