Chile sets definite antidumping duties on wire rod imports from China

The Chilean government has applied definite, ad-valorem anti-dumping duties over the imports of Chinese wire rod.

The Chilean government accepted the recommendation of the country’s price distortion commission, CNDP, and has decided to apply definite duties ranging from 28.8 to 38.0 percent over the imports of Chinese origin wire rod. The duties were effective as of April 22, 2017, and will last for one year.

According to the Chilean government, the anti-dumping duties will be implemented as follows:

  • Benxi Beitai Gaosu Steel Wire Rod Co : 28.8 percent
  • Jiangsu Shagang Group Co. Ltd : 30.8 percent
  • All other Chinese exporters will pay a 38.0 percent duty.

The Chilean government said the products subject to the levies fall under the local HTS codes: 7213.2000, 7213.9110, 7213.9120, 7213.9190, 7213.9900, 7227.1000, 7227.2000 and 7227.9000. Cold heading quality (CHQ) wire rods were excluded from the anti-dumping duties.

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