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Indonesia extends the anti-dumping duty imposed on some steel products from China and other two countries

2019-08-07 11:23:10  【Print】
A regulatory document issued by Indonesia's Ministry of Finance on August 6 shows that Indonesia has extended its anti-dumping duties on some hot-rolled steel plates against China, Singapore and Ukraine for five years.

This anti-dumping duty, which was implemented from 2016, is due to expire this year but will be extended from August 15.

According to the document, the anti-dumping duty rate of hot-rolled steel sheets with specific specifications in China is 10.47%, and that of Singaporean and Ukrainian products is 12.Asian Metal Copyright47%, and that of Singaporean and Ukrainian products is 12.Asian Metal Copyright5% and 12.Asian Metal Copyright This anti-dumping duty, which was implemented from 2016, is due to expire this year but will be extended from August 15.Asian Metal Copyright33%, respectively.Asian Metal Copyright33%, respectively.Asian Metal Copyright The tax rate remains unchanged.

The document also states that the Indonesian Government's Anti-dumping Committee believes that the exporters of the three countries still enjoy dumping profits.

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