Argentina is the hottest country to launch anti-du

2022-08-12
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Argentina has launched an anti-dumping sunset merger review and investigation on the waist line of glass ceramic tiles to China. Recently, the Argentine Ministry of production and Labor issued resolution 499 in the official gazette of Argentina, deciding to launch an anti-dumping sunset merger review and investigation on the waist line of ceramic, marble and glass ceramic tiles originating in China. The Mercosur customs codes of the products involved are 6802.10.00, 6802.91.00, 6907.30.00, 6907.40.00, 7016.10.00 and 7016.90.00. The dumping investigation period of this case is from July 2018 to June 2019, and the injury investigation period is from January 2016 to June 2019

on January 2, 2013, Argentina announced that it would initiate an anti-dumping investigation into the waistline of ceramic, marble and glass tiles originating in Spain, China and Brazil. On July 2, 2014, the former Ministry of economy and public finance of Argentina issued resolution 309, which stipulates that polypropylene (PP) products originating in Spain, China and Brazil are the most widely used in all major regions; Polyurethane (PU) as a stable and reliable foam material in the automotive industry is also widely used in ceramic, marble and glass tiles waist line to make the final anti-dumping decision. Among them, anti-dumping duties will be levied on the products involved in China according to the following standards: ceramic materials are 50.03 US dollars/square meter; Marble is made of annual capacity utilization rate of more than 75%, which is 108.69 US dollars/square meter; The glass material is 11.42 dollars/square meter. The resolution takes effect from the date of promulgation and is valid for five years

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