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India to review anti-dumping duty on nylon filament yarn

02
Jul '09
News from the anti-dumping website of Ministry of Industry, India, mentions that the ministry has launched a mid-term review of anti-dumping investigation on nylon filament yarn originally produced in China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and South Korea.

The mid-term review has been initiated on an application from the “Fishing Net Industry Association” of India, which uses nylon filament yarn in production of fishing nets and the investigation period is from April 2008 to March 2009.

The applicant says that the nylon filament yarn (toughness more than 210) used in production of fishing nets is not within the scope of trial investigation; therefore it should be excluded from the taxation scope of anti-dumping duties.

According to the notice released by the Ministry of Finance, India on August 29, 2006, nylon filament yarn imported from China should pay anti-dumping tax of 63 rupees per kg; the anti-dumping tax period is from March 29, 2006 to March 28, 2011

Fibre2fashion News Desk - China


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