On February 24th, 2023, the Mexican Ministry of Economy issued a Final Resolution on the case of Anti-dumping investigation against certain coated steel products under the HS codes: 7210.30.02, 7210.41.01, 7210.41.99, 7210.49.99, 7210.61.01, 7210.70.02, 7212.20.03, 7212.30.03, 7212.40.04, 7225.91.01, 7225.92.01 and 7226.99.99, and under the Eighth Rule for tariff items 9802.00.01, 9802.00.02, 9802.00.03, 9802.00.04, 9802.00.06, 9802.00.07, 9802.00.10, 9802.00.13, 9802.00.15 and 9802.00.15 802.00.19 of the TIGIE originating in Vietnam.
1. Definitive anti-dumping duty: from 6.40% to 10.84%.
2. Enterprises not subject to definitive anti-dumping measures:
The decision to impose definitive anti-dumping duty will not apply to imports from the exporting producer: Maruichi Sun Steel Joint Stock Company (Maruichi) due to not being carried out under conditions of dumping, which was previously stated by the Mexican Ministry of Economy in the Preliminary Resolution.
3. Effectiveness: This resolution will come into force after February 24th, 2023.
4. Next procedure of the case: Notify parties for practicing this decision. Enterprises which verify the country of origin of their merchandise is different from Vietnam will not be obliged to pay the final compensatory fee.
In this case, IDVN Lawyers participated in protecting the rights and interests of Maruichi, which is the only enterprise not subject to definitive anti-dumping measures in accordance with this decision.
The Spanish version of the Resolution is in the attached file.