23 Mars 2021
The United States Division of Commerce provided an affirmative initial antidumping decision on imports of Chinese aluminum foil, discovering certain Chinese exporters offered their item at less than fair value in the US.
The choice, issued late Friday, discovered preliminary unloading margins of 162.24% for Dingsheng as well as 96.81% for Zhongji, the compulsory respondents in the case.
Dingsheng is consisted of Jiangsu Dingsheng New Materials Joint-Stock Co., Ltd.; Hangzhou Teemful Light Weight Aluminum Co., Ltd.; Hangzhou 5 Star Aluminum Co., Ltd.; Dingsheng Light Weight Aluminum Industries (Hong Kong) Trading Co. Ltd.; Hangzhou Dingsheng Import & Export Co., Ltd.; Walson (HK) Trading Co., Limited; and Inner Mongolia Liansheng New Power Material Joint-Stock Co., Ltd. Zhongji is comprised of Jiangsu Zhongji Lamination Products Stock and Jiangsu Huafeng Aluminum Sector.
Business also located a separate price of 138.16% for 14 various other business involved in the case, as well as a China-wide entity initial discarding margin of 162.24% for all various other firms based upon negative facts readily available due to a failing to reply to a questionnaire.
As HEDP 60 of the initial affirmative decisions, Business will advise United States Customs and Boundary Security to call for cash deposits based on these initial rates.
Business is scheduled to make a decision by February 23, 2018. Simultaneously, the US International Trade Compensation is arranged to make its final injury resolutions around 45 days after Business makes its last determinations, if affirmative.
If Business makes affirmative final determinations, as well as the ITC makes affirmative last decisions after that Commerce will provide antidumping orders.
If Commerce or the ITC make negative last decisions, no antidumping orders will certainly be released.
In August, Commerce located these imports were gaining from countervailable government subsidies, and imposed rates of 16.56% on Jiangsu Zhongji Lamination Products Co. Ltd.; 28.33% on Dingsheng Aluminum Industries (Hong Kong) Trading Co. Ltd.; 80.97% on Loften Aluminium (Hong Kong) Ltd. and Manakin Industries LLC; and also 22.45% for all various other Chinese manufacturers and also exporters.
Business's examination includes all imports from China of aluminum foil that is much less than 0.2 mm in density-- much less than 0.0078 inch-- in reels considering greater than 25 lb and that is not backed, engraved for use in capacitors, or reduced to shape.
According to federal government stats, the US' 2016 imports of light weight aluminum foil from China completed 137,582 mt and also were valued at an approximated $389 million.