Countervailing Duties for Imports of Cold-Rolled Film
Countervailing Duties for Imports of Cold-Rolled Film. The Ministry of Economic Affairs published in the Official Journal of the Federation, the decision to initiate the administrative procedure for the examination of the validity of the countervailing duties imposed on imports of cold-rolled film originating in the People’s Republic of China, irrespective of the country of provenance.
The publication states that the company Ternium México, S.A. de C.V., expressed its interest in initiating the examination of the validity of the definitive countervailing duties imposed on imports of cold-rolled film originating in the PRC.
The product under examination is cold-rolled steel foil (“cold-rolled film“), non-alloy and alloy with a boron content of 0,0008 % or more, not plated or coated, of a width of 600 mm or more and of a thickness of 0,5 mm or more but less than 3 mm.
This product enters the national market through the tariff fractions 7209.16.01, 7209.17.01, 7255.50.02 and 7225.50.03 of the General Import and Export Tax Law Tariff.
The aforementioned product is used as an input for the manufacture of coated flat products (galvanized sheet, chromed sheet or tin) as well as for the production of various intermediate and capital goods such as chassis components, auto parts, profiles, piping, poles, appliances, packaging and recent, as well as kitchen appliances, among others.
The review period shall run from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2020 and the review period shall run from 1 April 2015 to 31 March 2020.
The commented resolution provides the opportunity for those natural or legal persons with a legal interest in the outcome of this examination procedure, within 28 working days from the day following the publication of that decision in the Official Journal.
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