The Mexican Ministry of Economic Affairs issued an announcement to make the first anti-dumping sunset review final ruling on cold-rolled steel plates (láminaroladaenfríosinalearyale aleadaconboro) originating in or imported from China, and decided to maintain the current anti-dumping duties of 65.99% for the products involved from June 20, 2020. ~103.41% remains unchanged, and the validity period is 5 years.
The products involved are alloy or non-alloy cold-rolled steel sheets with a width greater than or equal to 600 mm, a thickness greater than or equal to 0.5 mm and less than 3 mm, and a boron content greater than or equal to 0.0008%, regardless of whether they are coated or not. The TIGIE tax numbers of the products involved are 7209.16.01, 7209.17.01 and 7225.50.07. The announcement will take effect the day after the announcement.
On June 19, 2015, Mexico made a definite final anti-dumping ruling on China’s cold rolled steel plates (TIGIE tariff numbers are 7209.16.01 and 7209.17.01). Among them, the tax rate of Baoshan Iron & Steel Co., Ltd. 65.99%, Tangshan Iron and Steel Group Co., Ltd. (Tangshan Iron and Steel Group Co., Ltd.) 82.08%, Beijing Shougang Cold Rolling Co., Ltd. (Beijing Shougang Cold Rolling Co., Ltd.), Shougang Jingtang United Iron & Steel Co., Ltd. (Shougang Jingtang UnitedIron&Steel Co., Ltd.) And other exporters are 103.41%.
On July 11, 2016, Mexico made a final anti-circumvention ruling against Chinese cold-rolled steel sheets and decided to expand the scope of the products involved. ) Impose anti-dumping duties. On June 17, 2020, Mexico initiated the first anti-dumping sunset review investigation against Chinese products involved in the case. On November 18, 2020, Mexico abolished the tax numbers 7225.50.02 and 7225.50.03 of the products involved and replaced them with tax number 7225.50.07.