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2023-11-21
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Taiwan's Trade Remedy Commission makes an affirmative injury determination in the third (sunset) review concerning the antidumping duty order on towelling products from China
Taiwan's Trade Remedy Commission makes an affirmative injury determination in the third (sunset) review concerning the antidumping duty order on towelling products from China
On November 20, 2023 the Trade Remedy Commission of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) made a determination that the revocation of the antidumping duty order on towelling products from China would be likely to lead to a continuation or recurrence of injury on the domestic industry. The subject products in this case are collectively referred to as towelling products. In August 2023, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) made a determination in this review that revocation of the antidumping duty order on towelling products from China would be likely to lead to a continuation or recurrence of dumping. As required by the Regulations Governing the Implementation of the Imposition of Countervailing and Anti-dumping Duties, the MOEA shall notify the MOF of the aforementioned determination of injury by the Trade Remedy Commission, and the MOF shall make a decision on whether the antidumping duty order shall continue. Following the organizational restructuring of the MOEA, which took effect on September 26, 2023 the Trade Remedy Commission was established to make pertinent determinations regarding trade remedy cases. The Commission's staff operations are entrusted to the International Trade Administration (TITA) under the MOEA. A public version of the injury investigation report in Chinese will be available after December 20, 2023 on the TITA's website (https://www.trade.gov.tw/).
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2023-07-19
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ITC Makes an Affirmative Preliminary Injury Determination in the Antidumping Duty Case Concerning Offset Printing Plate from China
ITC Makes an Affirmative Preliminary Injury Determination in the Antidumping Duty Case Concerning Offset Printing Plate from China
On July 19 2023 the International Trade Commission (ITC) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) made an affirmative preliminary determination in its injury investigation involving offset printing plate from China. 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 offset printing plate from China 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 offset printing plate 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 version in Chinese of the preliminary injury investigation report is expected to be available after August 19, 2023 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
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2023-04-17
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ITC Makes an Affirmative Final Injury Determination in the Antidumping Duty Case Concerning Float Glass, in Sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand
ITC Makes an Affirmative Final Injury Determination in the Antidumping Duty Case Concerning Float Glass, in Sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand
On April 17, 2023 the International Trade Commission (ITC) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) made a final determination that an industry in Taiwan (ROC) is materially injured by reason of imports of float glass, in sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand that have been found by the Ministry of Finance 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 Anti-dumping Duties, the MOEA shall notify the Ministry of Finance of its final determination.  As a result of the affirmative final injury determination, the Ministry of Finance shall determine whether to impose an anti-dumping duty within 10 days from the next day of receipt of the foregoing notice from the MOEA. The public version in Chinese of the final injury investigation report is expected to be available after May 17, 2023 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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2023-03-24
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Postponement of Final Injury Determination of Antidumping Case on Float Glass, in Sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand
Postponement of Final Injury Determination of Antidumping Case on Float Glass, in Sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand
Due to the necessity for processing investigation information, the International Trade Commission (ITC), in compliance with Articles 14 and 18 of the Regulations Governing the Implementation of the Imposition of Countervailing and Antidumping Duties, postpones until April 19, 2023 the final determination of injury investigation concerning the antidumping case on Float Glass, in Sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand.  The original copy of the official notification in Chinese is enclosed. For more details, please contact the following correspondents. Ms. Chou (Ming-Hui Chou)         Tel: 886-2-2506-6670 ext. 511 Mr. Lin (Hsin-Shan Lin)              Tel: 886-2-2506-6670 ext. 513
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2023-03-14
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Essential Facts Regarding the Final Injury Investigation of Antidumping Case on Float Glass, in Sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand
Essential Facts Regarding the Final Injury Investigation of Antidumping Case on Float Glass, in Sheets from Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand
1.Pursuant to the public notice published on February 23, 2023 by the International Trade Commission (ITC) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs regarding a hearing of the antidumping case. 2.Information regarding the final injury investigation 2.1 Description of product concerned 2.1.1 Product concerned: float glass, in sheets, including both clear float glass and tinted float glass. 2.1.2 Scope of product concerned: (1) flat glass manufactured through the float process; (2) thickness exceeding 1.1mm, and less than or equal to 19mm; (3) all widths and lengths; (4) float glass, in sheets, non-wired, not having "an absorbent, reflecting or non-reflecting layer", but not otherwise worked 2.1.3 Reference CCC Codes: 70052990107, 70052100006 For details, please see the announcement published on February 18, 2023 by the Customs Administration, Ministry of Finance (MOF). 2.2 Domestic like product Same as the subject product 2.3 Domestic industry TAIWAN GLASS IND. CORP. 2.4 Taiwan imports of float glass, in sheets, in absolute terms and relative terms (shown in Table I of the attached file). 2.5 Weighted-average prices of domestic and imported float glass, in sheets (shown in Table II of the attached file). 2.6 Summary data on the domestic industry of float glass, in sheets (shown in Table III of the attached file). 2.7 Summary data on industries of float glass, in sheets, in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand (shown in Table IV of the attached file). 3.This information may be revised later based on evidence and information submitted by the interested parties. 4.The injury determination will be made by simple majority at a meeting attended by at least half of all the Commissioners. The Commission consists of a chairperson (who is the Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs), four official Commissioners (who are Deputy/Vice Ministers of relevant government departments), and nine Commissioners who are well-versed and experienced in industry, economics, trade, finance, tax or law. 5.The Regulations Governing the Implementation of the Imposition of Countervailing and Anti-Dumping Duties and information about this investigation can be accessed respectively on the following websites:
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