The Eu Temporarily Does Not Levy A Temporary Countervailing Duty On Stainless Steel Hot-rolled Sheet From China
The EU decided on the 18th not to impose temporary countervailing duties on stainless steel hot-rolled sheet from China and Indonesia (tax rates ranging from 6% to 18.9%), and continued to conduct countervailing investigations.
This interim measure was originally scheduled to be implemented in early July of this year, but the EU is now directly planning to implement the final measure by early November.
The HS codes of products related to subsidies are 7219 11, 7219 12, 7219 13, 7219 14, 7219 22, 7219 23, 7219 24, 7220 11 and 7220 12.
On April 8, 2020, the European Commission issued an announcement to make an affirmative preliminary ruling on anti-dumping of hot-rolled stainless steel coils (used in the oil industry and other fields like stainless steel pipes) originating in China, Taiwan, and Indonesia. This announcement was issued on the next day of the official gazette to impose a 6-month temporary anti-dumping tax on the companies involved, ranging from 6% to 18.9%.
The customs codes of the products involved are 721911, 721912, 721913, 721914, 721922, 721923, 721924, 722011 and 722012. The investigation period of dumping and damage in this case is from July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019. The damage analysis period is from January 1, 2016 to the end of the dumping and damage investigation period.