Today, the Mexican Ministry of Economy published in the Official Gazette the Preliminary Determination of the antidumping investigation on Stainless Steel Sheet from China and Taiwan. In this antidumping investigation, VTZ is pleased to represent an exporter from Taiwan.
In the following link, you can read the Preliminary Determination (only in Spanish): Preliminary Determination – Stainless Steel Sheet
Trough this Preliminary Determination, the Ministry resolved to continue with the antidumping investigation, and:
The Ministry determined provisional antidumping duties on imports of stainless steel sheet , including definitive and temporary ones, as well as those entering under the Eighth Rule for the application of TIGIE (Mexican Tariff), from China, regardless of the country of provenance, which are entered by tariff sections 7219.34.01, 7219.35.01 and 7220.20.02 of the TIGIE and under the Eighth Rule by sections 9802.00.01, 9802.00.02, 9802.00.03, 9802.00.07, 9802.00. 10, 9802.00.13 and 9802.00.19 of the TIGIE, or by any other:
a. 121.46% for Shanxi, and
b. 88.42% for the other exporting companies in China.
The Ministry did not determinate provisional antidumping duties on imports of stainless steel sheet from Taiwan.
The Preliminary Determination will enter into force as of tomorrow.
For more information please contact the following VTZ members: adrian[@]vtz.mx, emilio[@]vtz.mx, vero[@]vtz.mx, mariana[@]vtz.mx o mariana.rivera[@]vtz.mx.