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Anti-dumping investigation on Chinese wind power tower products

Anti-dumping investigation on Chinese wind power tower products

The domestic manufacturing industry has accused wind power tower products from the People’s Republic of China of being dumped into the Vietnamese market and that this dumping behavior is causing significant damage to the manufacturing industry. domestic…

 

The Ministry of Industry and Trade has just issued Decision No. 2494/QD-BCT on investigating and applying anti-dumping measures on wind power tower products from the People’s Republic of China, classified according to HS codes: 7308.20 .11 and 7308.20.19.

In case it is imported as part of a wind-powered generator set, it is classified according to HS codes 8502.31.10 and 8502.31.20.

The Trade Remedies Department (Ministry of Industry and Trade) believes that the decision to conduct an investigation was issued based on the appraisal results in accordance with the provisions of trade defense law on the Dossier requesting investigation to apply measures. Anti-dumping was fully filed on July 25, 2022 by businesses representing the domestic manufacturing industry including: CS WIND Vietnam Co., Ltd. and Phuong Nam Green and Renewable Energy Co., Ltd.

The domestic manufacturing industry has accused wind power tower products from the People’s Republic of China of being dumped into the Vietnamese market and that this dumping behavior is causing significant damage to the manufacturing industry. domestic.

According to legal regulations, after initiating an investigation, the Ministry of Industry and Trade will send an investigation questionnaire to relevant parties to collect information to analyze and evaluate the allegations, including: dumping behavior. prices of Chinese export enterprises; damage to the manufacturing industry of some Vietnamese products; and the cause-and-effect relationship between dumping and damage to the manufacturing industry of some domestic products.

In case of necessity, based on preliminary investigation results, the Ministry of Industry and Trade can apply temporary anti-dumping measures to prevent dumping from continuing to cause significant damage to the product industry. domestically produced.

The Ministry of Industry and Trade will verify and verify the information provided by relevant parties before completing the official investigation into the case. At the same time, the Ministry of Industry and Trade will organize public consultations for relevant parties to directly exchange, provide information, and express their views on the case before drawing a final conclusion on the case.

The Ministry of Industry and Trade recommends that all organizations and individuals that are importing, exporting, distributing, trading, and using investigated goods register as related parties and provide necessary information to the Ministry of Industry and Trade to ensure your rights and interests according to the provisions of law.

Organizations and individuals can register as related parties in the case with the Investigation Agency according to the Related Party Registration form issued in Appendix 1 attached to Circular No. 37/2019/TT-BCT dated January 29. 11, 2019 of the Minister of Industry and Trade detailing a number of contents on trade remedies and sending them to the investigation agency address by official dispatch or email.

The deadline for interested party registration is December 18, 2023.

Source: vneconomy.vn

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