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Us Finds China-made Bolt-free Steel Shelving Products For Dumping
- Sep 04, 2017 -

United States Department of Commerce said in a statement, China exported to the United States there is no bolt steel shelving products dumping and subsidy, the margin of dumping is from 17.55% to 112.68%, subsidy rate is 12.4%-80.45%.

In response to United States Ai Desai made the company's complaint, the Ministry of Commerce announced in September last year on Chinese launch these products "double reverse" investigation. Based on final results released the same day, the Commerce Department will notify the United States Customs and border protection department related products and exporters to China impose cash deposits.

The Commerce Department data showed, 2013 Chinese non-bolted steel shelving products totaled $ 81 million, $ 6 million and $ 5 million in 2012 and 2011 respectively.

According to us trade remedy policies and procedures, in addition to the Ministry of Commerce, a formal expropriation "double reverse" tariff needed before United States International Trade Commission make final awards. Us schedule shows that international trade Committee will be held on or about September 28 to make final, should the Committee make a negative decision, the United States will not impose "countervailing" duty.

This year, United States Department of Commerce has been the PET resin products, China launched anti-dumping and anti-subsidy "double reverse" investigation on imports from China of hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerant launched anti-dumping investigations. China's Ministry of Commerce has repeatedly stressed that the hope that the United States Government to abide by the commitment against trade protectionism and maintaining a free, open and fair international trading environment, in a more rational way and properly handle trade frictions.