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( China Daily ) Updated: 2013-03-19 05:36:58

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Kenneth Chan, McDonald's China
CEO delivers a free Egg McMuffin to a young consumer in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province on Monday. More than 1,300 McDonald's restaurants nationwide took part in the National Breakfast Day, handing out more than 1.3 million free Egg McMuffins. The day is celebrated in more than 30 markets in Asia, the Middle East and Africa, with almost 5,000 McDonald's restaurants taking part. [Photo provided to China Daily]

EU scraps anti-dumping duties on Chinese coal coke

The European Commission said over the weekend that the anti-dumping measures it imposed on imports of Chinese coal coke will expire on Tuesday because "no duly substantiated request for a review was lodged". The EU in December 2006 launched its anti-dumping probe into Chinese coal coke pieces with a diameter larger than 80 mm, and made the final ruling in March 2008. The product was already subject to anti-dumping measures from June 2000 until 2004. The measures were suspended in March 2004 due to a temporary change in market conditions, but were then resumed.

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