Uncoated springs - The United States investigates anti-dumping measures

01/12/2020 12:00 - 424 total view

The United States initiated an anti-dumping investigation on Vietnam's uncoated spring products on January 28, 2008.

On August 6, 2008, the US announced the preliminary decision on Vietnam's uncoated spring devaluation margin to be 116.31%.

The official decision was issued on October 21, 2008, the anti-dumping tax order was issued on December 11, 2008, under which the anti-dumping tax rate is 116.31%.

Renew the tax order

The US International Trade Commission (USITC) on March 25 agreed to extend the anti-dumping tax imposed on uncoated springs (ceiling springs) used in the manufacture of spring seals from China, South Africa and Vietnam.

The USITC members voted against the cancellation of the existing anti-dumping duties on the above products by the above countries, arguing that "this could continue or cause significant damage again over a period of time.

Time is predictable. " The US Department of Commerce reviewed the decision to impose this tax in November 2013 and said that it was not the right time to lift it.

The anti-dumping tax rates for these products from China, South Africa and Vietnam are 234.51%, 121.39% and 116.31% respectively.

The anti-dumping tax rates for these products from China, South Africa and Vietnam are 234.51%, 121.39% and 116.31% respectively.


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