The Brazilian Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade (MDIFT) has officially begun an anti-dumping investigation into rolled steel imported from Vietnam and some other countries.
The Vietnam Competition Authority under the Ministry of Industry and Trade said Aperam Inox America do Sul, S.A. filed the lawsuit and the MDIFT will conduct investigations from January to December 2012.
It will use Taiwan (China) as a comparison for the dumping amplitude up to 22.5 percent. Businesses have been allowed 70 days, including extension time, to answer all questions related to the investigation as of April 13, 2012.
Addled by anti-dumping charges imposed by markets all over the world, Vietnam's steel manufacturers are once again lamenting a lack of protection from the government and local trade groups. Hackles were first raised during an international trade defense conference in July of 2013 and have flared repeatedly since as Vietnamese products have suffered repeated anti-dumping penalties from the US, Brazil, Canada, and even ASEAN (Association of South East Asian Nations). Hard times all over Last month, the Canadian government launched an anti-dumping probe into Vietnamese oil pipes, a month after American commercial inspectors determined that the piles were being dumped…... [read more]
Vietnamese steel sheets face dumping accusation Thu Nguyet and Van Nam U.S. retracts subsidy accusation against Vietnam steel pipes By Van Nam and Thu Nguyet - The Saigon Times Daily HCMC – The metal-plated and color-coated steel sheet association of Thailand earlier this month issued warning against dumping of Vietnamese steel sheets to Thailand. Thailand warned that if Vietnamese steel makers did not limit the export volume, Thai producers would propose the Thai Government launch anti-dumping investigation against Vietnamese products, says a report on the steel industry that the Vietnam Steel Association (VSA) sent the Daily on Wednesday. Earlier, in…... [read more]
Hanoi, November 9 (VNA) – The US Department of Commerce (DOC) has decided to carry out antidumping duty and countervailing duty investigations on imports of corrosion-resistant carbon steel pipe from Vietnam. According to the Department of Competition Management under the Ministry of Industry and Trade, a number of US steel enterprises petitioned the DOC to launch the investigations. Previously, in May 2015, after investigations into the same product from China, the US announced 199.43 percent antidumping duties and 241.43 percent countervailing duties on the Chinese products. The DOC said it would not yet delay consignments imported from Vietnam or require…... [read more]
Shoe industry slapped with lawsuit (16-07-2005) Local shoe makers are facing investigation by the European Commission under an anti-dumping lawsuit. — VNA/VNS Photo Hong Hoa HA NOI — The Viet Nam Leather and Footwear Association has urged all local shoe manufacturers, whether or not they are named as defendant companies in a European Commission lawsuit, to participate and co-operate in investigations related to the lawsuit, a positive outcome of which would benefit the entire domestic industry. The association's deputy chairman, Nguyen Quang Thuan, made the statement at a press conference held yesterday in Ha Noi by the European Commission delegation…... [read more]
NDO - The Australian Anti-Dumping Commission has decided to terminate its dumping investigation into certain zinc coated (galvanised) steel products imported from Hoa Sen Group and Nam Kim Steel JSC, according to the Vietnam Ministry of Industry and Trade. The investigation into the alleged dumping of zinc coated steel exported to Australia from Vietnam, India and Malaysia and the alleged subsidisation of goods exported to Australia from Vietnam and India were initiated on October 7, 2016, following an application lodged by BlueScope Steel Limited. The investigation found that there was no dumping conducted by the two Vietnamese steel exporters,Hoa…... [read more]
Malaysia warns against Vietnamese steel products Van Nam By Van Nam - The Saigon Times Daily HCMC – The Malaysian Iron and Steel Industry Federation (MISIF) warned they would file a lawsuit against Vietnam if the overflow of Vietnamese galvanized and color-coated steel sheets into Malaysia was not timely settled. Pham Chi Cuong, chairman of the Vietnam Steel Association, quoted MISIF President Dato’ Soh Thian Lai as saying: “The local industry here has witnessed a worrisome influx of coated steel products into Malaysia from Vietnam. Related companies in Malaysia have regarded this as the dumping of such materials by Vietnam…... [read more]
VietNamNet Bridge - The Malaysian Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) has started an anti-dumping investigation on Vietnamese exports of alloy and non-alloy cold-rolled steel coils with the thickness of 0.2-2.6 mm and width of 700-1,300 mm. Analysts said that steel was one of several products that regularly face anti-dumping investigations conducted by importing countries. Deputy director of the Competition Administration Department (CAD) Nguyen Phuong Nam, confirming the news, said MITI would send questionnaires to Vietnamese steel manufacturers, while domestic manufacturers could ask MITI for questionnaires. According to the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Malaysia imported around 151,000 tons…... [read more]
Due to a considerable increase in the volumes of cold rolled coins and steel pipes exported to major markets such as the US, Thailand, and Indonesia, Vietnam is likely to be blamed for anti-dumping, said Pham Chi Cuong, President of the Vietnam Steel Association (VSA) at a teleconference of the Ministry of Industry and Trade. The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Vietnam Competition Authority also warned steel enterprises about the risk of being sued over these two products. In fact, Vietnam exported just over one million tonnes of steel of all kinds in 2010. In the past…... [read more]
Some countries consider taking legal proceedings against Vietnam's steel exports at a rather low price in order to protect their domestic production. Due to a considerable increase in the volumes of cold rolled coins and steel pipes exported to major markets such as the US, Thailand, and Indonesia, Vietnam is likely to be blamed for anti-dumping, said Pham Chi Cuong, President of the Vietnam Steel Association (VSA) at a teleconference of the Ministry of Industry and Trade. The Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Vietnam Competition Authority also warned steel enterprises about the risk of being sued over…... [read more]
The US ITC confirmed that Vietnam’s welded carbon-quality steel pipes present no harm to the US steel industry. The latest decision officially ends the US’s year-long anti-dumping lawsuit against steel pipes imported from Vietnam. Earlier, the US Department of Commerce (DOC) admitted SeAH Steel Vina Corporation and Vietnam Haiphong Hongyuan Machinery Manufactory Co. Ltd. did not receive any government subsidies as the US had previously accused. The US’s anti-dumping lawsuit against steel pipes imported from Vietnam was subsequently officially withdrawn. The two firms named above make up 70 percent of Vietnam’s steel pipe export turnover in the US market. The…... [read more]