Recently the U.S. government would maintain the existing antidumping duty orders on pipe fittings from China. It seems that the pipe fittings industry remain sits in a tough situation. How should we respond to this antidumping duty if we want to increase our export markets?
Revoking the current antidumping duty orders on these products from China would be likely to lead to continuation or recurrence of material injury within a reasonably foreseeable time.
This is the second “sunset review” for the antidumping duty order on imports of malleable iron pipe fittings from China, which was first issued in 2003. The antidumping duty margin on the product runs up to 111.36 percent.
The Uruguay Round Agreements Act requires the U.S. Department of Commerce to revoke an anti-dumping or countervailing duty order, or terminate a suspension agreement, after five years unless the department and the ITC determine that revoking the order or terminating the suspension agreement would likely lead to the continuation or recurrence of dumping or subsidies and of material injury within a reasonably foreseeable time.
Although the Chinese Ministry of Commerce has urged the United States to abide by its commitment against trade protectionism and work together with China and other members of the international community to maintain a free, open and just international trade environment, how should the SEMs respond to these serious situation? It’s still a big problem. And whatever, we should ?stand united and cangzhou cst聽pipe fitting group believe that the?Chinese Ministry of Commerce will protect the SEMs and give us a better future.