India terminates anti-dumping measures against China aluminum foil
On July 8, 2022, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India issued an announcement stating that it received the Office Memorandum issued by the Ministry of Finance on June 13, 2022, and the Ministry of Finance did not accept its originating in or importing from China on March 14, 2022. The final decision made by the china aluminum foil with a thickness of 5.5 microns to 80 microns (Aluminium Foil 5.5 Microns to 80 Microns) decided to terminate the anti-dumping measures against the Chinese products involved.
On December 15, 2015, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India launched an anti-dumping investigation on aluminum foil originating in or imported from China. On May 16, 2017, the Ministry of Finance of India issued Circular No. 23/2017-Customs (ADD), deciding to impose anti-dumping duties on Chinese products involved in the case for a period of five years, valid until May 15, 2022 (now extended to 2022). June 15, 2009). On September 16, 2021, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India launched the first anti-dumping sunset review investigation on aluminum foils with a thickness of 5.5 microns to 80 microns originating in or imported from China.
On March 14, 2022, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India made a final affirmative decision on the sunset review of the case, suggesting that anti-dumping duties should continue to be levied on China’s products involved in the case. . The following products are excluded from taxation: Aluminium laminates, ultra-light gauge conversion foils, foil composites, foils for capacitors with a width of 5 microns, etched or formed foils, aluminum composite panels, clad foils, foils for beer bottles, aluminum foils Manganese-silicon alloys and/or clad Al-Mn-Si alloys, foil tapes and pre-painted foils.