CORRECT: Sateri Says Chinese Pulp Importers to Pay 6.8% Deposit

(Corrects headline to say that Chinese importers of Sateri unit pulp must pay the deposit, not the unit, in yesterday’s story) Sateri’s unit Bahia Specialty Cellulose has always acted legally, any allegations, provisional findings of dumping “entirely without merit,” co. says in H.K. exchange filing. * Co., through legal advisers, to liaise, cooperate with China’s commerce ministry * Final ruling anticipated in Feb. 2014 * NOTE: Earlier story: China to Adopt Anti-Dumping Deposits on Cellulose Pulp From U.S. NSN MVTPPY6TTDSK <GO> Link to Statement:NSN MVUE7E3PWT1D <GO>

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