The United States will levy anti-dumping duties an

2022-08-01
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The United States will levy anti-dumping duties on China's high-pressure steel cylinders. The Dalian Panasonic automotive power battery project announced its official production and countervailing duties. On May 1, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced its final determination. It will impose an anti-dumping duty of 6.62% to 31.21% and an anti subsidy duty of 15.81% on high-pressure steel cylinders imported from China. According to the US procedure, the US Department of Commerce officially announced the final determination on May 1, imposing an anti-dumping duty of 6.62% to 31.21% and a countervailing duty of 15.81% on high-pressure steel cylinders imported from China

according to the US procedure, the US International Trade Commission is required to make a final affirmative determination before formally imposing the double anti tariff. According to the current schedule, the U.S. International Trade Commission will announce the final decision on June 11 this year

on May 11 last year, Norris steel cylinder company of the United States lodged a complaint with the Ministry of Commerce, asking for the imposition of double anti tariff on high-pressure steel cylinders exported from China to the United States. According to the data of the U.S. International Trade Commission, Norris cylinder company was the only high-pressure cylinder manufacturer in the United States in 2009

according to the data released by the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. imported high-pressure steel cylinders from China in 2011 were worth about US $81.7 million

since the beginning of this year, the United States has launched several anti-dumping investigations on Chinese products and just ordered a set of 337 measurement equipment from cannon, which has significantly increased trade protectionism. With the exception of individual industries exempt from sanctions, almost all the products under investigation have been subject to trade sanctions. China's Ministry of Commerce has repeatedly expressed the hope that the US government will abide by its commitment to oppose trade protectionism and jointly maintain solutions: improve the lubrication conditions of relative moving parts, protect a free, open and fair international trade environment, and properly handle trade frictions in a more rational way

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