Stainless steel anti-circumvention: EC announces preliminary results
Stainless steel anti-circumvention: EC announces preliminary results

5 March 2024 – The European Commission today announced the “preliminary” results of the two ongoing anti-circumvention proceedings against cold rolled stainless steel from Indonesia via Taiwan, Turkey and Vietnam. An official announcement of the results is expected in the coming weeks.

Breaking News: EC announces preliminary results

According to insider information available to us, cold-rolled stainless steel imports from Taiwan and Vietnam will be subject to an anti-dumping duty of 19.3% in future. No anti-dumping duty should be levied against Turkey. Countervailing duties of 20.5% should be levied against Taiwan, Vietnam and Turkey in future. Some companies concerned should also be granted exemptions.

The anit-dumping and countervailing duties have not yet been finalised and may change again before they are officially announced.

Controversial anti-circumvention cases against stainless steel

Both anti-circumvention investigations have led to great resentment towards the Commission. Not only because the investigations were disproportionate and unfounded, but also because there were serious administrative failures in the proceedings.

We will be publishing an analysis of the background, reasons and arguments for you on Monday in our Stainless Espresso.

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