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Colombia launches first sunset review of anti-dumping against China

2020-10-27 11:58:55   【Print】
On October 21, 2020, the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Tourism of Colombia issued announcement No.Asian Metal Copyright00.Asian Metal Copyright206 on October 20, 2020, which initiated the first sunset review investigation of anti-dumping on stranded steel ropes originated in China at the application of domestic enterprises in Colombia.Asian Metal Copyright During the investigation of this case, the current anti-dumping measures continued to be effective.Asian Metal Copyright The Colombian tax number of the products involved was 7312.Asian Metal CopyrightO.Asian Metal Copyright10.Asian Metal Copyright00.Asian Metal Copyright90.Asian Metal Copyright On November 20, 2018, the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Tourism of Colombia made an affirmative final determination on the anti-dumping of the case, and decided to impose an ad valorem tax of 15% on the products involved in the case at F.Asian Metal Copyright00.Asian Metal Copyright On October 3, 2017, the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Tourism of Colombia announced that, at the application of domestic enterprises in Colombia, an anti-dumping investigation on stranded steel ropes originating in China was launched.Asian Metal Copyright During the investigation of this case, the current anti-dumping measures continued to be effective.

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.Asian Metal CopyrightOn October 21, 2020, the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Tourism of Colombia issued announcement No.Asian Metal Copyright