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2023-01-09
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ITC Requests Data and Material for the Final Injury Investigation of the Antidumping Case on Float glass, in sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand
ITC Requests Data and Material for the Final Injury Investigation of the Antidumping Case on Float glass, in sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand
In order to proceed with the final injury investigation of the antidumping case on Float glass, in sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, please return the required data and materials to the ITC no later than February 21, 2023, by fax, airmail, or e-mail.
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2022-10-12
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ITC Makes an Affirmative Injury Determination in a Second Five-Year (Sunset) Review Concerning the Antidumping Duty Order on Portland Cement Type I, II and its Clinker from China
ITC Makes an Affirmative Injury Determination in a Second Five-Year (Sunset) Review Concerning the Antidumping Duty Order on Portland Cement Type I, II and its Clinker from China
On October 12, 2022 the International Trade Commission (ITC) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) made a determination that the revocation of the antidumping duty order on Portland Cement Type I, II and its Clinker from China would be likely to lead to continuation or recurrence of injury to the domestic industry. As required by the Regulations Governing the Implementation of the Imposition of Countervailing and Anti-dumping Duties, the MOEA shall notify the Ministry of Finance (MOF) of ITC's determination, and the MOF shall make a decision on whether the imposition of the antidumping duty will continue. The public version in Chinese of the injury investigation report is expected to be available after November 12, 2022 from ITC's website (https://www.moeaitc.gov.tw). Spokesperson of the International Trade Commission: Mr. Guang-Shiun Chiou, Deputy Executive Secretary Telephone: 886-2-2506-6670 ext.101 E-mail: gschiou@moeaitc.gov.tw Contact person: Mr. Hsin-Shan Lin, Section Chief Telephone: 886-2-2506-6670 ext.513 E-mail: sslinbob@moeaitc.gov.tw International Trade Commission, Ministry of Economic Affairs
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2022-08-09
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ITC Makes an Affirmative Injury Determination in a Sunset Review Concerning the Antidumping Duty Order on Carbon Steel Plate from Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Korea and Ukraine
ITC Makes an Affirmative Injury Determination in a Sunset Review Concerning the Antidumping Duty Order on Carbon Steel Plate from Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Korea and Ukraine
On August 9, 2022 the International Trade Commission (ITC) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) made a determination that the revocation of the antidumping duty order on carbon steel plate from Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Korea and Ukraine would be likely to lead to continuation or recurrence of injury to the domestic industry. As required by the Regulations Governing the Implementation of the Imposition of Countervailing and Anti-dumping Duties, the MOEA shall notify the Ministry of Finance (MOF) of ITC's determination, and the MOF shall make a decision on whether the imposition of the antidumping duty will continue. The public version in Chinese of the injury investigation report is expected to be available after September 8, 2022 from ITC's website (https://www.moeaitc.gov.tw). Spokesperson of the International Trade Commission: Mr. Guang-Shiun Chiou, Deputy Executive Secretary Telephone: 886-2-2506-6670 ext.101 E-mail: gschiou@moeaitc.gov.tw Contact person: Mr. Hsin-shan Lin Telephone: 886-2-2506-6670 ext.513 E-mail:sslinbob@moeaitc.gov.tw
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2022-08-09
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ITC Makes an Affirmative Injury Determination in a Sunset Review Concerning the Antidumping Duty Order on Certain Flat-rolled Steel Products, Plated or Coated with Zinc or Zinc-alloys, from China and Korea
ITC Makes an Affirmative Injury Determination in a Sunset Review Concerning the Antidumping Duty Order on Certain Flat-rolled Steel Products, Plated or Coated with Zinc or Zinc-alloys, from China and Korea
On August 9, 2022 the International Trade Commission (ITC) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) made a determination that the revocation of the antidumping duty order on certain flat-rolled steel products, plated or coated with zinc or zinc-alloys, from China and Korea would be likely to lead to continuation or recurrence of injury to the domestic industry. As required by the Regulations Governing the Implementation of the Imposition of Countervailing and Anti-dumping Duties, the MOEA shall notify the Ministry of Finance (MOF) of ITC's determination, and the MOF shall make a decision on whether the imposition of the antidumping duty will continue. The public version in Chinese of the injury investigation report is expected to be available after September 8, 2022 from ITC's website (https://www.moeaitc.gov.tw). Spokesperson of the International Trade Commission: Mr. Guang-Shiun Chiou, Deputy Executive Secretary Telephone: 886-2-2506-6670 ext.101 E-mail: gschiou@moeaitc.gov.tw Contact person: Ms. Su-Chuan Lin Telephone: 886-2-2506-6670 ext.503 E-mail: sijlin@moeaitc.gov.tw International Trade Commission, Ministry of Economic Affairs
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2022-07-05
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ITC Makes an Affirmative Preliminary Injury Determination in the Antidumping Duty Case Concerning Float Glass, in Sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand
ITC Makes an Affirmative Preliminary Injury Determination in the Antidumping Duty Case Concerning Float Glass, in Sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand
On July 5, 2022, the International Trade Commission (ITC) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) made an affirmative preliminary determination in its injury investigation involving float glass, in sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand. According to the affirmative preliminary determination, the ITC found that there is a reasonable indication that a Taiwan (ROC) industry is materially injured by reason of imports of float glass, in sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand that are alleged to be sold in Taiwan (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 a Taiwan (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 float glass, in sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, 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 version in Chinese of the preliminary injury investigation report is expected to be available after August 5, 2022 from ITC's website https://www.moeaitc.gov.tw. Spokesperson of the International Trade Commission: Mr. Guang-Shiun Chiou, Deputy Executive Secretary Telephone: 886-2-2506-6670 ext.101 E-mail: gschiou@moea.gov.tw Contact person: Ms. Su-Chuan Lin Telephone: 886-2-2506-6670 ext.503 E-mail: sijlin @moea.gov.tw
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