MOIT Issues the Questionnaire for Anti-dumping Investigation on Table and Chair Products From the China and Malaysia (Code of case AD16).
On September 01st, 2021, the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) issued the Decision No.2091/QDD-BCT on investigating to anti-dumping measures on some table and chair products origination from the People’s Republic of China and Malaysia (Code of case AD16). The Department of Trade Remedies issued an anti-dumping investigation questionnaire on quantity and value for foreign manufacturers/exporters.
Regarding the proposal to extend the time for submitting the questionnaires, the Investigating Authority agreed to extend the time to respond to the questionnaires for the relevant parties. The content of the response will be the same with the following instructions in Official Letter No.683/PVTM-P2 dated September 16, 2021. After the extension period, the Investigating Authority does not receive timely responses from foreign manufacturers/exporters or the information provided is incorrect or incomplete, the Investigating Authority will use information and documents provided by related parties, the information and documents collected by the Investigating Authority or available information and documents for giving the result according to the regulation of Law on Foreign trade management.
The relevant parties must respond to the Investigation Authority before 17:00 November 08th, 2021 (Hanoi time).
The information, data provided in the Questionnaire of the Investigation Authority and the right to access the information of the case during the investigating term will be implemented in the regulations of the laws.
To ensure its rights and interests, the relevant parties need to answer and submit the Questionnaire on time.
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