Yarn - India investigates anti-dumping

01/12/2020 12:00 - 121 total view

On May 6, 2008, the Indian General Anti-Dumping and Anti-Subsidies (DGAD) Department decided to initiate an anti-dumping investigation on fabrics (All Fully Drawn or Fully Oriented Yarn / Spin Draw Yarn / Flat Yarn of Polyester (FDY) is imported from Vietnam, China and Thailand.
1. Date of initiation of investigation: May 6, 2008
2. Products under investigation: Fabric yarn has HS code: 5402.47
Based on the investigation conclusion, on September 29, 2009, the tax rate applied to Vietnam is 350 USD / ton.
On March 24, 2014, the Indian investigative agency announced to conduct a sunset review of the antidumping duty imposed on textile fiber products from China and Thailand.
India also said that Vietnam did not export to India during this damage investigation; as well as the domestic industry side, India cannot provide any data or evidence to support the price of Vietnam compared to other countries. Therefore, Vietnam is excluded from this review.
3. The final conclusion of the sunset review:
According to this conclusion, the dumping margin for China is determined at about 0-25%, the margin of damage is determined at about 0-10%, the highest tax rate is determined: 547 USD US / ton.
For Thailand, the dumping margin is determined at about 0-20%, the margin of damage is determined about 10-20%, the highest tax rate is determined: 248.63 USD / ton.
The DGAD also concluded that:
(i) The product under investigation is exported to the Indian market lower than its normal value, resulting in dumping; and
(ii) Domestic industry is likely to suffer substantial losses from dumped products if the current anti-dumping duty is terminated.

The case file is attached below: