CITT confirms dumping of steel sheet from four countries, but no injury to Canadian industry

Friday, 22 February 2019 14:45:56 (GMT+3)   |   Istanbul

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) has announced the results of its antidumping investigation regarding the imports of corrosion-resistant steel sheet from China, Taiwan, India and South Korea.

The CITT has determined that, in line with the Canadian Border Services Agency’s (CBSA) final determination on January 22, 2019, the products under investigation have been dumped, though have not caused injury but are threatening to cause injury to the domestic industry.

On January 22, the CBSA has determined final dumping margins at 3.6 percent and 53.3 percent for China, between 3.2 percent and 33.2 percent for Taiwan, a 40 percent for India, and at 9.4 percent for South Korea.

The subject goods were classified under the following tariff classification numbers: 7210.30.00.00, 7210.49.00.10, 7210.49.00.20, 7210.49.00.30, 7210.61.00.00, 7210.69.00.10, 7210.69.00.20, 7212.20.00.00, 7212.30.00.00, 7212.50.00.00, 7225.91.00.00, 7225.92.00.00, and 7226.99.00.10.

The CITT will issue its statement of reasons within 15 days of publication of the notice.

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