Taiwanese government to impose AD duties to protect domestic steel industry

Posted on 25 January 2018
 

Source: Yieh

It was reported that in order to protect Taiwanese steel industries, Taiwanese government would impose anti-dumping duties on the products sold at dumped prices and caused damage to the domestic industries.

Currently, Taiwan imposed anti-dumping duties on the imports of certain galvanized and zinc alloy flat rolled steel products from China and South Korea, cold rolled stainless steel products (300 series) and carbon steel plate from Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, South Korea and Ukraine. The range of anti-dumping duty was 4.02~80.5%.

Taiwanese Bureau of Foreign Trade announced that since December 1st, 2017, the imports with CCC code 72085110100 of "other flat-rolled products of iron or non-alloy steel, hot-rolled not in coils, of a thickness of 50 mm or more, containing by weight 0.6% or more of carbon” should submit the certificate of origin issued by the government of the producing country or its authorized entity when importing, the products levied anti-dumping duties were excluded.                   



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