Mexico makes its first anti-dumping sunset review final ruling on China-related hot rolled steel plates
On April 19, 2022, the Ministry of Economy of Mexico issued an announcement in the Official Gazette, making the first affirmative final ruling on the anti-dumping sunset review of hot rolled steel plates originating in or imported from Germany, China, and France, and deciding to maintain the current anti-dumping duties. The change, effective from December 23, 2020, is valid for five years.
The products involved are iron, carbon steel, or alloy steel hot rolled coils with a width greater than or equal to 600 mm, including hot-rolled steel sheets with a thickness of less than or equal to 4.75 mm and hot-rolled steel coils with a thickness greater than 4.75 mm. This case involves products under TIGIE tax numbers 7208.36.01, 7208.37.01, 7208.38.01, 7208.39.01, and 7225.30.07.