India made the final anti-dumping ruling on mica p

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India has made a final anti-dumping ruling on Sino Japanese mica pearl pigments

India has made a final anti-dumping ruling on Sino Japanese mica pearl pigments

January 6, 2005

according to Indian media reports, recently, the Indian Ministry of Commerce and industry made a final anti-dumping ruling on mica pearl pigments originally produced in China, Japan, the United States and the European Union by placing samples on V-shaped iron: an anti-dumping duty of $1.25/kg was imposed on all companies in the European Union, Impose an anti-dumping duty of US $2.27/kg on all US companies. The Indian Ministry of Commerce and industry pointed out in the ruling that since the import of mica pearl pigments from China accounts for only 2.59% of the total import of mica pearl pigments from India, no anti-dumping duties will be levied on Chinese companies; During the investigation period, Japanese companies only exported mica pearl pigments for automotive coatings to India, so India also did not impose anti-dumping duties on Japanese companies

in the ruling, the Ministry of Commerce and industry of India ldquo; 1 recruit fresh food and eat it all over the sky rdquo; It is believed that mica pearl pigments originating from the United States and the European Union are sold at a price lower than normal value in India, and have caused substantial damage to the domestic industry in India

200 has a strong smell of the future. On January 2, 2004, the Ministry of Commerce and industry of India filed an anti-dumping investigation on mica pearl pigments originating in China, Japan, the United States and the European Union; The dumping investigation period of this case is from April 1 to 20, 2002 to September 30, 2003

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