US initiates new AD duty, countervailing investigations
Commodity Online | November 14 2019
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The United States has announced the initiation of new anti-dumping duty and countervailing duty investigations to determine whether forged steel fittings from India and South Korea are being dumped in the country and to find if producers in India are receiving unfair subsidies.

These investigations were initiated based on petitions filed by Bonney Forge Corporation (Mount Union, PA) and the United Steel, Paper and Forestry, Rubber, Manufacturing, Energy, Allied Industrial and Service Workers International Union, the Department of Commerce said.

The department said dumping margins range from 45.31 to 198.38 per cent for Korea and 52.48 to 293.40 for India.

According to the Department of Commerce, there are 45 subsidy programs alleged for India, including allegations that the Government of India provides export subsidies, as well as subsidised financing, land, steel, and other raw materials.

If the commerce department makes affirmative findings in these investigations, and if the US International Trade Commission determines that dumped and/or unfairly subsidised US imports of forged steel fittings from India and/or Korea are causing injury to the US industry, the department will impose duties on those imports in the amount of dumping and/or unfair subsidisation found to exist.

In 2018, imports of forged steel fittings from India and South Korea were valued at an estimated USD 92.6 million and USD 67.6 million, respectively.

 



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