Australia starts antidumping duty probe for rod in coils from Indonesia, S. Korea and Vietnam

Australia’s Antidumping Commission has announced that it has initiated an antidumping duty investigation regarding imports of rod in coils from Indonesia, South Korea and Vietnam. The application lodged by Australian steelmaker OneSteel Manufacturing Pty Ltd claims that the goods in question have been exported to Australia at prices less than their normal value and that the dumping has caused material injury to the Australian industry through price... Read More

Australia initiated antidumping review on imports of rebar from China’s Shagang and Valin

Australia’s Antidumping Commission has announced that it has initiated a review regarding the antidumping (AD) order on imports of rebar from Chinese companies Jiangsu Shagang Group Co., Ltd. and Hunan Valin Xiangtan Iron & Steel Co., Ltd. to examine whether the variable factors relevant to the taking of the antidumping measures have changed. The review launched upon the application lodged by Jiangsu Shagang and Hunan Valin covers the period... Read More

Australia initiates antidumping review on wire rod imports from China

Australia’s Antidumping Commission has announced that it has initiated a review regarding the antidumping order on imports of wire rod in coil from the below Chinese companies to examine whether the variable factors relevant to the taking of the antidumping measures have changed. Jiangsu Shagang Group Co., Ltd. Hunan Valin Xiangtan Iron & Steel Co., Ltd. The review launched upon the application lodged by both above companies covers the... Read More

India imposes antidumping duty on metallurgical coke imports from China and Australia

India’s Ministry of Finance has announced its final determinations in its antidumping duty investigation of imports of low ash metallurgical coke from China and Australia. According to Ministry of Finance’s statement, in its final findings India’s Directorate General for Anti Dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD) has concluded that dumped imports of the subject goods from China and Australia increased significantly in the period of investigation... Read More

Australia starts antidumping review on rebar from Celsa (Spain)

Australia’s Antidumping Commission has announced that it has initiated a review of the antidumping measures applying to certain reinforcing bar imports from Spain. The review will be limited to examining whether the variable factors relevant to the taking of the antidumping measures as they affect the Spanish steel producer Celsa should be varied. Currently, the antidumping duty stands at three percent for Celsa and the duty was originally imposed... Read More

Chinese miners back down on AD probe against iron ore imports

The vice chairman of the Metallurgical Miners’ Association of China (MMAC) Mr Lei Pingxi has told local media that the Chinese miners has not officially requested an antidumping probe against the huge volume of low-priced iron ore imports from Brazil and Australia, but it was rather a suggestion. The vice president pointed out that this suggestion from the miners was published on the MMAC only website by mistake.  Read More

Chinese miners demand antidumping investigation over iron ore imports from Brazil and Australia

Chinese miners are demanding an antidumping investigation over the imports of iron ore from Brazil and Australia, the world’s leading suppliers for the commodity, a media report said this week. Citing a statement from the Metallurgical Miners’ Association of China, Reuters said more than 20 Chinese miners called for tougher measures for the imported commodity coming from Brazil and Australia. The association said “a huge volume” of low-priced... Read More

Australia imposes antidumping duty on rebar imports from China

Australia’s Antidumping Commission has announced that it has decided to impose definitive antidumping duty on rebar imports from China. The commission has increased the duties from the preliminary duties which ranged between 5.8 percent and 17.8 percent. Accordingly, the antidumping duties are as follows: Shandong Shiheng Special Steel Group                                                : 15.3 percent Shandong... Read More

Australia initiates CVD investigation for wire rod imports from China

Australia’s Antidumping Commission has announced that it has initiated a countervailing duty (CVD) investigation regarding imports of wire rod from China. The application lodged by Australian wire rod producer OneSteel Manufacturing Pty Ltd claims that the goods in question exported to Australia have been in receipt of countervailable subsidies from China and that the subsidization has caused material injury to the Australian industry through price... Read More

Australia imposes preliminary antidumping duty on wire rod imports from China

Australia’s Antidumping Commission has announced that it has imposed a preliminary antidumping duty against Chinese wire rod imports. Accordingly, the preliminary dumping duty rates are as follows: Hunan Valin Xiangtang Iron & Steel Co. Ltd – 32.1 percent, Jiangsu Shangang Group Co., Ltd – 28.2 percent, Uncooperative and all other exporters from China – 53.9 percent The duty investigation was launched on August 12, 2015,... Read More

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