US DOC final steel products China exports to the US of dumping and subsidization

      The U. S. Department of Commerce local time 17 announced positive results of the final, finds that Chinese exports to the U.S. without bolt steel shelf products exist dumping and subsidies.
      The Ministry of Commerce issued a statement that said, that China's exports to the United States without bolt steel shelf products exist dumping and subsidies behavior, dumping margin is 112.68% to 17.55%, the subsidy rate is 12.40% to 80.45%.
      To respond to complaints to the United States Yi Desai manufacturing company, the Ministry of Commerce last September announced to China lost beauty the product launch "double reverse survey. Based on the final results released the same day, the Ministry of Commerce will notify the United States Customs and border protection department to China related products manufacturers and exporters of collecting cash deposit.
     U.S. Commerce Department data show that in 2013 China lost the United States and the United States without bolt steel shelf products totaled $81000000, in 2012 and 2011 were $6000000 and $5000000.
According to the U.S. trade remedy policies and procedures, in addition to the Ministry of Commerce, in the formal collection "double reverse tariff will be needed before the United States International Trade Commission to make the final. The United States schedule shows that the International Trade Commission will be on September 28 about make a final ruling, if the committee to make a negative decision, the United States will not levy anti-dumping and countervailing duties.
     Since this year, the U. S. Department of Commerce has been on the Chinese PET resin products launched anti-dumping and countervailing "dual anti -" investigation, the Chinese imports of hydrogen fluoride (HFC) refrigerant launched anti-dumping investigation. Chinese Ministry of Commerce has repeatedly stressed that the United States government to abide by the commitment to oppose trade protectionism, jointly safeguard the free, open and fair international trade environment, with a more rational approach to properly handle trade friction.