Australia ends anti-dumping duties on Vietnamese aluminum products

Created 13 July 2022
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Australian Anti-Dumping Commission (ADC) recommended an end to anti-dumping duties imposed on Vietnamese aluminum extrusions.

Australia ends anti-dumping duties on Vietnamese aluminum products

"[...] the evidence does not support a recommendation to continue the anti-dumping measures," the ADC reported.

"Whilst dumping is likely to continue (for some exporters), dumping had little, if any, impact on the Australian industry in the inquiry period," it added.

Therefore, it suggested authorities expire the duties of 1.9 percent imposed on aluminum extrusions imported from Vietnam on June 27.

The anti-dumping probe into Vietnamese products was initiated last September after a petition by Australian aluminum producer Capral Limited.

 

Source: VNE

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