Thailand extends AD duty suspension by 6 months on tin-coated steel from EU & 3 countries
19 May 2022 16:46 reported by Joy Liu
On May 13, 2022, Thailand’s Dumping and Subsidy Review Commission announced that it had decided to, it has decided to extend the suspension of anti-dumping (AD) duties on steel sheets plated or coated with tin in both coils and non-coils originating in the EU, China, Taiwan, and South Korea by six months until November 12, 2022, unless other regulation specified by the commission, in view of the needs of the domestic industry, consumer interests, and public interests.
The products involved are classified under HS codes 7210.12.90.021, 7210.12.90.022, 7210.12.90.023, 7210.12.90.024, 7210.12.90.025, 7210.12.90.026, 7210.12.90.029, 7210.12.90.031, 7210.12.90.032, 7210.12.90.033, 7210.12.90.034, 7210.12.90.035, 7210.12.90.036, 7210.12.90.039, and 7210.12.90.090, excluding tin-coated steel plates and coils that are lacquered, laminated, or printed.
The announcement took effect from the date of publication.
The five-year affirmative AD duty was started to be imposed on November 12, 2021, with a duty rate of 5.82% for the EU, 0%-17.46% for China, 4.28%-20.45% for Taiwan, and 0%-22.67% for South Korea, all of which were of the CIF price.
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