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Mexico initiates AD investigation over Chinese steel towers for wind power

19 Apr 2019 16:54 reported by Raul Lee

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It was reported that the Mexican Ministry of Economy is going to initiate an anti-dumping investigation against the steel towers with height of 80 and 125 meters from China that are used for the generation of wind power.

The investigation was requested by two Mexican companies, Arcosa Industries de México and Speco Wind Power, which accounted for 92% of the national output of these towers.

During the period between 2015 and 2017, China exported 406,000 tons of these towers to the world, equivalent to 30% of total world exports, which was 4 times than Mexico's national consumption.

The period of the investigation was from August 1st, 2017 to July 31st, 2018, while the damage analysis period in the Mexican market began on August 1st, 2015, according to the Ministry of Economy.

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