On July 20th, 2020 the Ministry of Foreign and Trade issued Decision No.1900/QD-BCT on applying the official anti-dumping measure to some plastic products and products from plastic made of polymer from propylene originated from the Republic People’s of China, Kingdom of Thailand, and Malaysia (Case No.AR01, AD07).
On September 24th, 2021, the Ministry of Foreign and Trade issued Decision No.2201/QD-BCT on the first review of the application of anti-dumping measures to the products above.
The reviewed products
The plastic products and products from plastic made of polymer from propylene having the thickness is from 10 microns to 80 microns and the width is from 115mm to 7800mm. These products are holding HS Code 3920.20.10 and 3920.20.91. The current anti-dumping tax for these products is from 9,05% to 23,71% dependent on the exporter.
The scope of the review
To review the anti-dumping duties applied to:
Group of Kunlene companies, including Suzhou Kunlene Film Industries Co., Ltd. and Yunnan Kunlene Film Industries Co., Ltd.; and
Group of Kinwin companies, including Kinwin Plastic Industrial Co., Ltd.; Zhejiang Kinlead Innovative Materials Co., Ltd., and Ultra Fast Development Limited.
The period of review
The Investigating Authority will collect the data related to the review from October 01st, 2020 to September 30th, 2021.
The time limit for the review
According to the regulations on Law on Foreign Trade Management, the time limit for the review of products subject to the anti-dumping measure is 06 months from the day on which the decision on review is issued, with a possible extension up to 03 months if necessary.
The parties need to register as related parties to ensure their rights in this case.
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