India decided not to impose anti-dumping duties on some artificial staple fiber products imported from Vietnam.

(Daiphuc corp) - On May 6, 2021, the Trade Defense Department received information about the Indian Ministry of Finance's issuance of Decision No. 354/154/2020-TRU not imposing anti-dumping duties on some artificial staple fiber products (viscose spun yarn) originating or imported from China, Indonesia and Vietnam.
 


Previously, on December 30, 2020, the General Department of Trade Defense (the Ministry of Industry and Trade of India) issued the final investigation conclusion No. 6/41/2019-DGTR and proposed to the Ministry of Finance of India to impose duties from USD 0.25 to USD 0.8 per kilogram for the product under investigation. For Vietnam, the proposed anti-dumping duty is USD 0.41 per kilogram. According to aggregate data from Vietnam Customs, in 2019, Vietnam's total export turnover of products under investigation was USD 9.7 million, up 78% compared to 2018. Investigated products are some yarn products made from artificial staple fibers (viscose spun yarn) including HS codes: 5510.11.10, 5510.12.10, 5510.11.90, 5510.90.10 and 5510.90.90.            
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