Vietnamese steel exports subject to Thailand’s final anti-dumping review20/02/2019
Thailand has begun the final stages of a review on imposing anti-dumping duties on steel products imported from Vietnam, China, and Taiwan (China).
Carbon cold rolled sheet steel coils and others imported from Vietnam are subject to the final stages of Thailand's anti-dumping review.
The Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam, under the Ministry of Industry and Trade, recently reported that it had received information that Thailand’s Department of Foreign Trade begun the final stages of investigation into the matter on January 28.
The Thai department has been looking into anti-dumping duties levied on carbon cold rolled sheet steel coils and others imported from countries such as Vietnam.
The final review was made at the request of stakeholders. Previously, the Thai department had kick-started the investigation back in September 13, 2012.
Nearly one and a half years after the investigation, on February 6 2014, the department issued its final conclusion to impose an anti-dumping duty of 14.35% within five years.
The Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam required local steel exporters to team up and provide sufficient, valid information for the Thai department during the final investigation.
Local steel exporters were also asked to collaborate closely alongside the Vietnamese Trade Remedies Authority to raise protests if necessary.
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