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Brazil announces final decision on first anti-dumping sunset review

2019-10-17 14:31:33  【Print】
On October 2, 2019, the Ministry of economy of Brazil issued Order No.Asian Metal Copyright On May 3, 2012, Brazil launched an anti-dumping investigation against flat rolled low carbon and low alloy thick steel plates originating in China, South Africa, Australia, South Korea, Russia and Ukraine.Asian Metal Copyright 4.Asian Metal Copyright90.Asian Metal Copyright434 to make the first affirmative final anti-dumping sunset review on flat rolled low carbon and low alloy thick steel plates originating in China, South Korea, South Africa and Ukraine, and decided to continue to impose anti-dumping duties on the products involved in the above-mentioned countries for five years, among which the products involved in South Africa will not be subject to anti-dumping measures temporarily, and the products involved are under MERCOSUR tax No.Asian Metal Copyright On October 2, 2018, Brazil launched the first anti-dumping sunset review and filing investigation on flat rolled low carbon and low alloy thick steel plates originating in China, South Korea, Ukraine and South Africa.Asian Metal Copyright7208.Asian Metal Copyright .Asian Metal Copyright51.Asian Metal Copyright7208.Asian Metal Copyright00 and 7208.Asian Metal Copyright5t and USD261.Asian Metal Copyright52.Asian Metal Copyright90.Asian Metal Copyright00; meanwhile, the scope of Taxation for the products involved in the case shall be expanded continuously, with a validity period of 5 years.

On May 3, 2012, Brazil launched an anti-dumping investigation against flat rolled low carbon and low alloy thick steel plates originating in China, South Africa, Australia, South Korea, Russia and Ukraine. On December 6, 2012, Brazil made a negative final anti-dumping judgment on the products involved in Australia and Russia.Asian Metal Copyright90, 7208.Asian Metal Copyright On October 3, 2013, Brazil made an affirmative final anti-dumping judgment on the products involved in China, South Korea, South Africa and Ukraine, and began to levy anti-dumping duties as follows: China's duty is USD211.56/t, South Korea's duty is USD135.Asian Metal Copyright40.Asian Metal Copyright08-135.84/t, South Africa's duty is USD166.63/t and Ukraine's duty is USD261.79/t.

On December 19, 2014, Brazil made the first anti circumvention final judgment on the flat rolled low carbon and low alloy thick steel plates of China and Ukraine: the anti-dumping duty of USD211.56/t is applicable to the thick coated steel plates of China (tax No.Asian Metal Copyright90.Asian Metal Copyright 7210.Asian Metal Copyright 7225.Asian Metal Copyright70.Asian Metal Copyright00.Asian Metal Copyright10); the anti-dumping duty of USD211.5/t and USD261.79/t is applicable to the boron containing steel plates of China and Ukraine (tax No.Asian Metal Copyright56t on China's titanium flat rolled thick steel plate tax No.Asian Metal Copyright 7225.Asian Metal Copyright79t is applicable to the boron containing steel plates of China and Ukraine tax No.Asian Metal Copyright40.Asian Metal Copyright On January 27, 2016, Brazil made the third anti circumvention final judgment on China's products involved in the case, expanding the anti-dumping duty of USD211.Asian Metal Copyright90) respectively.Asian Metal Copyright79t.Asian Metal Copyright On August 31, 2015, Brazil made the second final anti circumvention judgment on China's products involved in the case, and decided to extend the anti-dumping duty of USD211.56/t on China's products involved in the case to chrome plated thick steel plate (tax No.Asian Metal Copyright On May 3, 2012, Brazil launched an anti-dumping investigation against flat rolled low carbon and low alloy thick steel plates originating in China, South Africa, Australia, South Korea, Russia and Ukraine.Asian Metal Copyright 7225.Asian Metal CopyrightOn October 2, 2019, the Ministry of economy of Brazil issued Order No.Asian Metal Copyright40.Asian Metal Copyright00.Asian Metal Copyright90).Asian Metal Copyright40.Asian Metal Copyright On January 27, 2016, Brazil made the third anti circumvention final judgment on China's products involved in the case, expanding the anti-dumping duty of USD211.56/t on China's products involved in the case to conventional or continuously cast low carbon and low alloy flat rolled thick steel coils with width ≥ 600mm and thickness ≥ 4.Asian Metal Copyright 7225.Asian Metal Copyright75mm (tax numbers 7208.Asian Metal Copyright36.Asian Metal Copyright36.Asian Metal Copyright On December 6, 2012, Brazil made a negative final anti-dumping judgment on the products involved in Australia and Russia.Asian Metal Copyright10, 7208.Asian Metal Copyright 4.Asian Metal Copyright36.Asian Metal Copyright00.Asian Metal Copyright90, 7208.Asian Metal Copyright On December 19, 2014, Brazil made the first anti circumvention final judgment on the flat rolled low carbon and low alloy thick steel plates of China and Ukraine: the anti-dumping duty of USD211.Asian Metal Copyright37.Asian Metal Copyright56t on China's titanium flat rolled thick steel plate tax No.Asian Metal Copyright00 and 7225.Asian Metal Copyright75mm tax numbers 7208.Asian Metal Copyright30.Asian Metal Copyright90 respectively.Asian Metal Copyright00).Asian Metal Copyright30.Asian Metal Copyright On August 10, 2016, Brazil conducted the fourth anti circumvention case investigation on the products involved in China.Asian Metal Copyright00 and 7225.Asian Metal Copyright On February 17, 2017, Brazil made a positive final decision on the case and decided to impose an anti-dumping duty of USD211.56/t on China's titanium flat rolled thick steel plate (tax No.Asian Metal Copyright5t and USD261.Asian Metal Copyright 7225.Asian Metal Copyright00.Asian Metal Copyright40.Asian Metal Copyright7208.Asian Metal Copyright90).Asian Metal Copyright 7225.Asian Metal Copyright On October 2, 2018, Brazil launched the first anti-dumping sunset review and filing investigation on flat rolled low carbon and low alloy thick steel plates originating in China, South Korea, Ukraine and South Africa.

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