China began an antidumping probe Friday into imports of raw nylon material from Japan, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands and Russia, Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry said.

Four Japanese companies — Mitsubishi Chemical Corp., Sumitomo Chemical Co., Toray Industries Inc. and Ube Industries Ltd. — are subject to the probe, which is expected to last for a year, the ministry said.

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