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Brazil ends ban on glassware for Chinese-related tables

Published Date: 2022-07-07 14:57:40 Views: 34

Brazil terminates anti-dumping sunset review investigation into China-related tableware glassware and no longer implements anti-dumping measures

      According to the China Trade Remedy Information Network, on June 30, the Brazilian Foreign Trade Secretariat issued Announcement No. 29 of 2022 in the Federal Government Gazette, stating that due to the lack of reliability of the data reported by the domestic industry, it has decided to terminate the investigation of products originating in China and Indonesia. and Argentina’s table glassware (Portuguese: objetosde vidro para mesa) anti-dumping sunset review investigation, no longer continue to implement anti-dumping measures. The MERCOSUR tax numbers of the products involved are 7013.49.00, 7013.28.00 and 7013.37.00. This announcement takes effect from the date of publication.

      On October 29, 2009, the Brazilian Foreign Trade Secretariat issued Announcement No. 58 to initiate anti-dumping investigations on table glassware originating in China, Indonesia and Argentina. On March 1, 2011, the Brazilian Foreign Trade Commission issued Resolution No. 8, making a final affirmative anti-dumping ruling on table glassware originating in China, Indonesia and Argentina, and deciding to impose a five-year anti-dumping on the products involved in the above countries. Taxes, of which China is $1.70/kg, Indonesia is $0.15/kg, and Argentina is $0.18-0.37/kg. On February 29, 2016, Brazil initiated the first anti-dumping sunset review investigation on table glassware originating in China, Indonesia and Argentina. On December 23, 2016, the Executive Management Committee of the Brazilian Foreign Trade Commission issued Resolution No. 126 of 2016 in the Official Gazette, making the first affirmative final ruling on the anti-dumping sunset review of the case, and continuing to impose levies on the products involved in the above-mentioned countries for a period of five years. Among them, China is $1.70/kg, Indonesia is $0.15/kg, and Argentina is $0-0.37/kg. On December 23, 2021, the Brazilian Foreign Trade Secretariat issued Announcement No. 84 of 2021 in the Federal Government Gazette, stating that in response to the application submitted by the Brazilian domestic association Associo Técnica Brasileira das Indústrias Automáticas de Vidro (ABIVIDRO) on July 30, 2021, The second anti-dumping sunset review investigation was initiated on table glassware originating in China, Indonesia and Argentina.

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