India is not implemented against anti-dumping measures against Washing copper and copper alloy branch
On July 2, 2021, India’s distribution announcement, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Terminal, did not accept the original or imported from China, South Korea, Malaysia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Thailand, on April 16, 2021. The proposal of the imposed anti-dumping duties made by the copper alloy branchized product decided not to impose anti-dumping duties on the above countries. On April 20, 2020, India’s distribution announced that applications submitted in India’s domestic enterprises Agrawal Metal WorksprivateLimited, which originated or imported from China, South Korea, Malaysia, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Thailand copper and copper alloy bracies. Investigation on the start of the anti-dumping of the product. On April 16, 202, the Indian Martial High School issued an announcement that anti-dumping was made to the original or imported from China, South Korea, Malaysia, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Thailand, and proposed anti-dumping. The products involved in the case were 5 years of anti-dumping tax. The specific taxation is as follows: China Manufacturer / Exporter is $ 42 / metric ton to 618 US dollars / metric ton; Korean manufacturer / exporter is 0 ~ 651 US dollars / metric ton; Malaysia manufacturer / Exporter is $ 828 / metric ton to $ 1077 / metric ton; Nepal manufacturer / exporter 429 US dollars / metric ton- 478 US dollars / metric ton; Thailand producer / exporter is $ 144 / metric ton-440 USD / metric ton; Sri Lanka manufacturer / Exporter is $ 720 / metric ton. The case involves the products under Indian Customs Coding 7409 and 7410. Products involved include refined copper alloys containing zinc and tin, namely copper zinc-based alloy (brass) and copper tin based alloys (bronze bronze). Other copper alloys and photovoltaic strips are not applicable to anti-dumping tax measures for this case.