India launched the first anti-dumping sunset recovery case

On July 28, 202, India’s distribution announced that it should be applied for the India Steel Association, the first, or imported from China’s Wire Rod OR Non-Alloy Steel. Survey of sub-anti-dumping sunset recovery. The dumping period of this case is from October 1, 2019 (18 months), and the damage period is in April 2017 to March 2018, April 2018 ~ March 2019, 2019 April to 2020 March and dumping investigation period. This case involves products under Indian Customs Coding 7213 and 7227. The product of this survey does not include a plurality of dents, flanges, grooves, and other deformations produced during rolling process (commonly known as reinforced steel or threaded steel), and stainless steel under the tax No. 7221 under the tax number 72131090 Capsules, and high-speed steel strips under tax number 72271000. In view of the special circumstances of the new crown epidemic (COVID-19), the stakeholder should be emailed within 30 days from the date of the case (send to: adg12-dgtr @, Adv13-DGTR @, JD12-DGTR @ and Submit relevant information to the surveyor. On June 2, 2016, the Indian business department issued an announcement, should STEEL AUTHORITY OF INDIA LIMITED, Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited, USHA MARTIN LIMIT NIGAM LIMITED, USHA MARTIN LIMIT NIGAM LIMITED, USHA MARTIN LIMITED, and JSW Steel Limited, anti-dumping investigation . On November 2, 2016, India levied temporary anti-dumping duties in the original or imported from China. The tax amount was the difference between the shore price and the minimum price, the lowest price of $ 499 / metric ton to 538 US dollars / ton. On August 30, 2017, the Indian Mechanization Department made anti-dumping affirmative and finalized the case. It is recommended that the foreign anti-dumping duty on China’s related products is a five-year anti-dumping tax, the tax amount is the difference between the shore price and the minimum price, the lowest limit The price is $ 535 / metric ton to 546 US dollars / ton. On October 9, 2017, India officially levied anti-dumping duties on China’s related products.