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Taiwan decides not to levy AD & CVD duty on China’s steel

27 Sep 2019 16:15 reported by Jordan Huang

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According to the result of the anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigation from Taiwanese Ministry of Finance on imported Chinese steel products on September 26th, Taiwanese government announced not to impose the tariff on those products to prevent domestic downstream steelmakers, but would still consider the current market situation to decide levy or not on any of time.

In several weeks ago, the Taiwanese government announced to launch the investigation of countervailing duty (CVD) on specific galvanized steel, zinc-alloy flat-rolled steel, carbon steel plate and stainless steel cold-rolled steel as well as the probe of anti-dumping (AD) and CVD on stainless steel hot-rolled steel and specific carbon steel cold-rolled steel imports from China in April of last year.

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