India announces final anti-dumping decision on vitamin C from China

Publish time: 29th September, 2021      Source: CCM
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  On September 3, 2021, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India announced that it has made a final anti-dumping ruling on all forms of vitamin C originating or imported from China and recommended the imposition of anti-dumping duties on these products for five years. One company targeted by this new anti-dumping tariff is CSPC Weisheng Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., located in Shijiazhuang, in Hebei province. The anti-dumping measures in this case do not apply to vitamin C derivative products.


  On September 4, 2020, after an application from the Indian company Bajaj Healthcare Limited, India's Ministry of Commerce and Industry issued an announcement stating that an anti-dumping investigation would be initiated against vitamin C products originating in or imported from China.


  On August 6, 2015, India's Central Committee of Consumer Tax and Customs issued an announcement stating that it accepted the final ruling of the anti-dumping sunset review made by the Ministry of Commerce and Industry on June 10, 2015 on vitamin C originating in China. Hence, the Central Committee declared that an anti-dumping duty would be imposed on vitamin C products originating from or imported from China, lasting for five years from the date of the announcement. A tax rate of US$3.74/kg was associated with the anti-dumping duty.


  Argentina initiates a second anti-dumping investigation against Chinese denim

  On September 3, 2021, the Ministry of Production and Development of Argentina issued an announcement declaring a second anti-dumping sunset review investigation on denim originating from China after an application from an Argentine enterprise. Current anti-dumping measures remain in effect in Argentina during the present investigation.


  On September 8, 2010, the Argentine Ministry of Raw Material Industry issued an announcement declaring for the first time anti-dumping measures against denim originating in China, and the Ministry set a minimum offshore export price limit for the products involved in the case at USD 3.13 per lane meter, requiring that buyers who purchase denim for a lower price pay the price difference as a tariff. On September 7, 2016, the Ministry made a final ruling which increased the minimum offshore export price limit anti-dumping measures for Chinese denim to USD 3.93 per lane meter. The Ministry declared that this anti-dumping duty would remain in effect for five years.


  Thailand makes final anti-dumping ruling on Chinese zinc-coated cold-rolled sheet metal rolls

  On September 6, 2021, Thailand's Dumping and Subsidy Review Committee issued an anti-dumping ruling on zinc-coated cold-rolled sheet metal rolls originating in China, and decided to apply anti-dumping duties for 5 years at a tax rate of up to 37%.


  On February 21, 2020, Thailand initiated an anti-dumping investigation on zinc-coated cold-rolled sheet metal rolls imported from China. On August 3, 2020, the Thai Ministry of Commerce issued an announcement stating that it had made a preliminary anti-dumping ruling and decided to impose a 35% temporary anti-dumping duty on these products. However, exempt from the tariffs are products with a thickness of 2.3 mm or more, products for the manufacture of automobiles and their parts, and products for the manufacture of electrical equipment.


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