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2020-12-24
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ITC Makes an Affirmative Preliminary Injury Determination in the Antidumping Duty Case Concerning Ceramic Tiles from India, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Indonesia
ITC Makes an Affirmative Preliminary Injury Determination in the Antidumping Duty Case Concerning Ceramic Tiles from India, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Indonesia
On December 23, 2020, the International Trade Commission (ITC) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) made an affirmative preliminary determination in its injury investigation involving ceramic tiles from India, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Indonesia. According to the affirmative preliminary determination, the ITC found that there is a reasonable indication that a Taiwan industry is materially injured by reason of imports of ceramic tiles from India, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Indonesia that are alleged to be sold in Taiwan at less than normal value. Under the jurisdiction set forth in the Regulations Governing the Implementation of the Imposition of Countervailing and Antidumping Duties, the MOEA shall make an investigation, conducted by the ITC, as to whether there is any injury to a Taiwan industry.  As a result of the MOEA's affirmative preliminary determination, the Ministry of Finance will continue to conduct a dumping investigation of imports of ceramic tiles from India, Vietnam, Malaysia, and Indonesia, and its preliminary determination will be made within 70 days (if not extended) after the next day of receipt of a notice of the foregoing determination. The public Chinese version of the preliminary injury investigation report is expected to be available after January 22, 2021 from ITC's website http://www.moeaitc.gov.tw. Spokesperson of the International Trade Commission: Pi-Cheng Liu, Director, Investigation Division Telephone: 886-2-2506-7200; 886-2-2506-6670 ext.502 E-mail: pcliu@moea.gov.tw Contact person: Ms. Ming-Chu Liang Telephone: 886-2-2506-6670 ext.504 E-mail: mcliang@moea.gov.tw
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2020-11-13
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ITC Institutes a Preliminary Injury Investigation, Will Conduct a Hearing, and Postpones its Determination Concerning the Antidumping Duty Case on Ceramic Tiles from India, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia
ITC Institutes a Preliminary Injury Investigation, Will Conduct a Hearing, and Postpones its Determination Concerning the Antidumping Duty Case on Ceramic Tiles from India, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia
Taiwan Ceramic Industries Association, Champion Building Materials Co., Ltd. and other two companies on behalf of the domestic industry filed a petition on January 17, 2020 with the Ministry of Finance (MOF) to impose antidumping duties on Ceramic Tiles from India, Vietnam, Malaysia and Indonesia. The MOF determined to initiate the investigation and transferred this case to the International Trade Commission (ITC) of Ministry of Economic Affairs on October 28, 2020 for preliminary injury investigation. The ITC therefore instituted the preliminary injury investigation on October 29, 2020. In order to proceed with the injury investigation of the  antidumping duty case, the ITC will conduct a hearing on November 30, 2020, 2:00 p.m., at room 201 DE of the Taipei International Convention Center, which is located at 1 Hsin-Yi Road, Sec. 5, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C. Those who wish to attend the hearing are encouraged to register with the ITC through the ITC's website www.moeaitc.gov.tw, or by fax or email before November 26, 2020. Persons signed up for presenting their views are also invited to attend the pre-hearing meeting, which will be held at 1:40 p.m. prior to the hearing, in order to arrange the sequence and time allocation of the presentations in the first session of the hearing. Foreign producers and exporters intending to attend the hearing should pay attention to our COVID-19 quarantine regulations. Furthermore, due to the necessity for processing investigation information, the ITC postpones the preliminary determination until December 27, 2020. For more details, please contact the following correspondents. Ms. Kuo (Miao-rong Kuo)      Tel: 886-2-2506-6670 ext. 524 Ms. Liang (Ming-Chu Liang)    Tel: 886-2-2506-6670 ext. 504
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2020-11-02
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ITC Requests Data and Material for the Preliminary Injury Investigation of the Antidumping Case on Ceramic tiles from India, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia
ITC Requests Data and Material for the Preliminary Injury Investigation of the Antidumping Case on Ceramic tiles from India, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia
In order to make preliminary injury determination within 40 days, which is specified in the Regulations Governing the Implementation of the Imposition of Countervailing and Anti-dumping Duties, please return the required data and materials to the ITC no later than November 16, 2020, by fax, airmail, or e-mail.
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2020-09-28
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ITC Makes an Affirmative Preliminary Injury Determination in the Antidumping Duty Case Concerning Certain Aluminum Foil from China
ITC Makes an Affirmative Preliminary Injury Determination in the Antidumping Duty Case Concerning Certain Aluminum Foil from China
On September 28, 2020, the International Trade Commission (ITC) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) made an affirmative preliminary determination in its injury investigation involving certain aluminum foil from China. According to the affirmative preliminary determination, the ITC found that there is a reasonable indication that an ROC industry is materially injured by reason of imports of certain aluminum foil from China that are alleged to be sold in the ROC at less than normal value. Under the jurisdiction set forth in the Regulations Governing the Implementation of the Imposition of Countervailing and Antidumping Duties, the MOEA shall make an investigation, conducted by the ITC, as to whether there is any injury to an ROC industry.  As a result of the MOEA's affirmative preliminary determination, the Ministry of Finance will continue to conduct a dumping investigation of imports of certain aluminum foil from China, and its preliminary determination will be made within 70 days (if not extended) after the next day of receipt of a notice of the foregoing determination. The public Chinese version of the preliminary injury investigation report is expected to be available after October 28, 2020 from ITC's website http://www.moeaitc.gov.tw. Spokesperson of the International Trade Commission: Herbert C.H. Juan, Acting Executive Secretary Telephone: 886-2-2506-6670 ext. 101 E-mail: chjuan@moea.gov.tw Contact person: Ms. Pi-feng Chang Telephone: 886-2-2506-6670 ext.521 E-mail: pfchang@moea.gov.tw
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2019-09-17
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ITC Makes an Affirmative Final Injury Determination in the Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Case Concerning Certain Carbon Cold-Rolled Steel Products from China
ITC Makes an Affirmative Final Injury Determination in the Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Case Concerning Certain Carbon Cold-Rolled Steel Products from China
On September 6, 2019, the International Trade Commission (ITC) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) made a final determination that an ROC industry is threatened with material injury by reason of imports of certain carbon cold-rolled steel products from China that have been found by the Ministry of Finance (MOF) to be sold in the ROC at less than normal value and to be subsidized by the government of China. Under the jurisdiction set forth in the Regulations Governing the Implementation of the Imposition of Countervailing and Antidumping Duties, the MOEA shall notify the MOF of its final determination.  As a result of the affirmative final injury determination, the Ministry of Finance shall determine whether to impose any above-mentioned duty within 10 days from the next day of receipt of the foregoing notice from the MOEA. The public Chinese version of the final injury investigation report is expected to be available after October 9, 2019 from ITC's website http://www.moeaitc.gov.tw. Spokesperson of the International Trade Commission: Herbert C.H. Juan, Acting Executive Secretary Telephone: 886-2-2506-6670 ext. 101 E-mail: chjuan@moea.gov.tw Contact person: Ms. Ming-chu Liang Telephone: 886-2-2506-6670 ext. 504 E-mail: mcliang@moea.gov.tw
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