Mexico terminates anti-dumping duties on China's RG-type coaxial cables
On August 11, 2022, the Mexican Ministry of Economy issued an announcement that in view of the fact that domestic enterprises in Mexico have not issued RG coaxial cables originating in or imported from China (Spanish: cable coaxial del Tipo RG (Radio Guide o Guí a de Radio), con o sin Mensajero) filed an application for an anti-dumping sunset review investigation and decided to terminate the imposition of anti-dumping duties on the products involved in China, and the termination measures will take effect from August 12, 2022.
The TIGIE tax numbers of the products involved are 8544.20.01, 8544.20.02, and 8544.20.99.
On June 8, 2011, the Mexican Ministry of Economy issued an announcement to initiate an anti-dumping investigation on RG-type coaxial cables originating in or imported from China in response to the application of the Mexican company Conductores Monterrey, S.A.de C.V.
On August 10, 2012, the Mexican Ministry of Economy announced the end of the anti-dumping investigation on RG-type coaxial cables originating in China and imposed anti-dumping duties ranging from 88% to 345.91% on the products involved.
On January 5, 2015, the Mexican Ministry of Economy adjusted the anti-dumping duty on the products involved to $4.32/kg. On August 7, 2017, the Mexican Ministry of Economy launched the first sunset review investigation into the case. On October 4, 2018, the Mexican Ministry of Economy made the first sunset review final ruling on the case and decided to continue to levy an anti-dumping duty of US$4.32/kg on the products, Valid for 5 years.