A preliminary anti-dumping duty on the company's products has been in effect since August 3
The US Department of Commerce (DOC) has released the preliminary results of the administrative review of the anti-dumping duty on OCTG pipes from Ukraine. SteelOrbis informs about it.
The DOC has previously established that the sales of oil industry OCTG pipes by the Ukrainian company Interpipe in the period from July 1, 2021, to June 30, 2022, were carried out at a price below normal. Interested parties are invited to comment on these preliminary results.
The agency calculated a weighted average dumping margin for the company of 4.89%. A preliminary anti-dumping duty on Interpipe products was introduced on August 3. The final results of the inspection must be made public within 120 days after the preliminary findings.
As GMK Center reported earlier, in July 2023, the International Trade Commission of the United States adopted final decision on the continuation of the current anti-dumping and countervailing duties on the import of carbon and alloy steel wire rod from 10 countries, in particular, Ukraine. In March, the United States Department of Commerce, based on an expedited investigation, set the dumping margin for Ukraine at 44.03%.
Also, in June the USA extended for a year temporary suspension of duties under section 232 on Ukrainian steel. In addition, the extension of Biden’s decree will affect the abolition of tariffs on products from the EU made of steel of Ukrainian origin. Duty-free circulation requires a certificate confirming the Ukrainian origin of steel products that were processed in a country that is a member of the EU.