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EAEU imposes anti-dumping duty on welded pipes and sections from PRC

EAEU imposes anti-dumping duty on welded pipes and sections from PRC

2/9/2021

On February 9, the Eurasian Economic Commission’s Board decided to impose an anti-dumping duty on a number of types of welded pipes and stainless steel sections from the People's Republic of China. The duty will remain in force for five years and its rate will be from 14.62 to 17.28%, depending on the manufacturer.

"The main product applications are the manufacture of bathroom and lavatory equipment and heat exchangers, automobile production, food industry, petrochemical and nuclear industries, furniture industry and infrastructure construction," the Commission’s Trade Unit noted.


The EEC Board's Decision shall come into effect after 30 calendar days have elapsed from the date of its official publication.

For reference

The anti-dumping investigation against welded pipes and sections from the PRC was launched on December 24, 2019, following consideration of the application filed by TMK-Inox, Marcegaglia RU, BaltInox and supported by Techno Trade LLC.

The information obtained during the investigation enabled concluding on dumping imports of goods from the PRC and financial damage to the Member States’ economy. Following the investigation, the report of the Department for Internal Market Defense was published on the EEC website in November 2020.​