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Mexico launches fourth anti-dumping sunset review investigation against Russian and Ukrainian hot-rolled plates

2020-03-30 12:43:31   【Print】
On March 26, 2020, the Mexican Ministry of Economic Affairs issued an announcement in the official gazette that the fourth anti-dumping sunset review investigation was initiated on hot-rolled plates originating in Russia and Ukraine and boron-containing hot-rolled plates originating in Russia.Asian Metal Copyright04, 7225.Asian Metal Copyright The dumping investigation period in this case is from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019, and the damage investigation period is from January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2019.Asian Metal Copyright26.Asian Metal Copyright The TIGIE tax numbers of the products involved are 7208.Asian Metal CopyrightOn March 26, 2020, the Mexican Ministry of Economic Affairs issued an announcement in the official gazette that the fourth anti-dumping sunset review investigation was initiated on hot-rolled plates originating in Russia and Ukraine and boron-containing hot-rolled plates originating in Russia.Asian Metal Copyright10.Asian Metal Copyright39.Asian Metal Copyright99, 7208.Asian Metal Copyright01, 7225.Asian Metal Copyright26.Asian Metal Copyright38.Asian Metal Copyright01, 7208.Asian Metal Copyright40.Asian Metal Copyright27.Asian Metal Copyright40.Asian Metal Copyright01, 7208.Asian Metal Copyright04.Asian Metal Copyright38.Asian Metal Copyright03 and 7225.Asian Metal Copyright01, 7208.Asian Metal Copyright40.Asian Metal Copyright39.Asian Metal Copyright On September 8, 2011, Mexico adjusted the anti-dumping duties on Russian and Ukrainian products to 21% and 25% respectively, with a validity period of 5 years.Asian Metal Copyright01, 7225.Asian Metal Copyright On January 25, 1999, Mexico initiated anti-dumping investigations into Russian and Ukrainian hot-rolled plates.Asian Metal Copyright30.Asian Metal Copyright On September 8, 2011, Mexico adjusted the anti-dumping duties on Russian and Ukrainian products to 21% and 25% respectively, with a validity period of 5 years.Asian Metal Copyright04, 7225.Asian Metal Copyright31% and 46.Asian Metal Copyright30.Asian Metal Copyright On March 17, 2006, for the first time, Mexico extended anti-dumping duties on Russia and Ukraine-related products for a period of five years.Asian Metal Copyright05, 7225.Asian Metal Copyright05, 7225.Asian Metal Copyright40.Asian Metal Copyright The TIGIE tax numbers of the products involved are 7208.Asian Metal Copyright03 and 7225.Asian Metal Copyright The dumping investigation period in this case is from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019, and the damage investigation period is from January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2019.Asian Metal Copyright40.Asian Metal CopyrightOn March 26, 2020, the Mexican Ministry of Economic Affairs issued an announcement in the official gazette that the fourth anti-dumping sunset review investigation was initiated on hot-rolled plates originating in Russia and Ukraine and boron-containing hot-rolled plates originating in Russia.Asian Metal Copyright04.Asian Metal Copyright On September 8, 2011, Mexico adjusted the anti-dumping duties on Russian and Ukrainian products to 21% and 25% respectively, with a validity period of 5 years.Asian Metal Copyright During the investigation, the current anti-dumping measures remained in effect.

On January 25, 1999, Mexico initiated anti-dumping investigations into Russian and Ukrainian hot-rolled plates. On March 28, 2000, Mexico made an affirmative final ruling on anti-dumping on the case, imposing anti-dumping duties of 30.Asian Metal Copyright During the investigation, the current anti-dumping measures remained in effect.Asian Metal Copyright31% and 46.Asian Metal Copyright66% on products involved from Russia and Ukraine, respectively.Asian Metal Copyright66% on products involved from Russia and Ukraine, respectively.Asian Metal Copyright During the investigation, the current anti-dumping measures remained in effect.Asian Metal Copyright On March 17, 2006, for the first time, Mexico extended anti-dumping duties on Russia and Ukraine-related products for a period of five years.Asian Metal Copyright26.Asian Metal Copyright On September 8, 2011, Mexico adjusted the anti-dumping duties on Russian and Ukrainian products to 21% and 25% respectively, with a validity period of 5 years.Asian Metal Copyright38.Asian Metal Copyright On January 28, 2016, Mexico for the third time extended anti-dumping duties on Russian and Ukrainian products.
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