On July 16, 2018, the Brazilian Ministry of Industry and Foreign Trade issued the Foreign Trade Secretariat's No. 27 announcement in the Brazilian Official Gazette, stating that it decided to use non-oriented silicon steel (laminados planos de a?o ao silício) originating from mainland China, South Korea and Taiwan. , denominados magnéticos) initiated the first anti-dumping sunset review investigation. The dumping investigation period of this case is from October 2016 to September 2017, and the damage analysis period is from October 2012 to September 2017. The Nangong City tax number of the products involved is 72251900 and 72261900.
Stakeholders should participate in the investigation through the SDD Digital Information System (Sistema DECOM Digital) and submit relevant evidence materials. The SDD system is available at http://decomdigital.mdic.gov.br. Stakeholders may appoint a legal representative to the Palestinian party within 20 days from the date of publication of this review, and submit the legal representative's qualification certificate within 91 days.
The questionnaire will be sent to each exporter/producer, importer and other domestic manufacturers. The company involved must fill out the questionnaire within 30 days from the date of sending the questionnaire and submit the answer sheet through the SDD Digital Information System.
Stakeholders can apply for a hearing within 5 months of the start of the survey.
The review will be completed within 10 months from the date of filing. In case of extension under special circumstances, the extension will not exceed two months. During the above review period, the anti-dumping measures in this case issued by the Brazilian Foreign Trade Commission Resolution No. 49 of 2013 continued to be effective.
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In response to the application submitted by the Brazilian company Aperam Inox South America SA, the Brazilian Foreign Trade Secretariat issued Decree No. 18 of 2012 on April 19, 2012 to initiate anti-dumping against non-oriented silicon steel originating in or imported from China, Korea and Taiwan. survey. On July 17, 2013, the Brazilian Foreign Trade Commission issued Resolution No. 49 to make an affirmative final ruling on non-oriented silicon steel originating in or imported from mainland China, South Korea and Taiwan.