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US remains AD duties on welded line pipes from South Korea & Turkey

4 Mar 2021 14:07 reported by Joy Liu

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The US Department of Commerce (USDOC) decided to remain anti-dumping (AD) duties on welded line pipes from South Korea and Turkey.

The decision made by the USDOC was because it found that the withdrawal of the existing AD measure would be likely to lead to the continuation or recurrence of dumping. Therefore, the AD measure which was implemented in 2015 will continue to be imposed.

The weighted-average dumping margin for South Korea was set at 2.53% to 6.22% and that for Turkey was at 4.1% to 12.52%.

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