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22 Dec

Mexico imposes provisional duty on Chinese rods

Mexico’s Ministry of Economy (SE) has imposed a provisional anti-dumping duty on imports of Chinese steel bolts and screws, Kallanish learns. According to a document published in the country’s Official Gazette of the Federation (DOF) on 22 December, SE has placed a compensatory duty of 8.02% on entries from Chinafar, 17% from Haiyan, Lianyungang, Longyu y Zhejiang, and 48.08% on material coming from all other Chinese exporting companies. The inves…
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