On August 18th, 2020, Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam (TRAV) acknowledged the Dossier on request of investigation to impose the anti-dumping measures to Sorbitol chemical products originated from China, India and Indonesia from the companies representing the domestic industry (Requester). If there is anti-dumping actions, the anti-dumping investigation will be initiated and related parties would cooperate with TRAV to provide data as required.
Within 45 days from the date of receiving sufficient and lawful dossier, TRAV will assess dossier to submit Minister of Ministry of Industry and Trade for consideration whether to process the investigation.
The assessment’s contents includes:
-Identify the legal representative status of the domestic industry of organizations and individuals who submit dossier in accordance with the Law on Foreign Trade Management;
-Define evidence on the dumping of imported goods that cause or threaten to cause significant losses to a domestic manufacturing industry or substantially prevent the formation of a domestic manufacturing industry.
In order to serve the assessment process, as well as to ensure the legitimate rights and interests of the enterprise, TRAV recommends that the domestic enterprises manufacturing trading in the same goods mentioned above provide the following information.
-Capacity/design and production of Sorbitol chemical products in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020;
-Enterprise’s opinion on the case (to agree, oppose, have no opinion);
-Any document/evidence which companies consider to be related to the case
The due date to provide the above information is before 5p.m October 16th, 2020.
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