On February 8, the European Commission issued a final announcement on the anti-dumping investigation of corrosion-resistant steel plates in China, and decided to take anti-dumping measures against the products involved in the case for a period of five years. The anti-dumping duty rate established by Brazil as a substitute was 17.2 per cent and 27.9 per cent.
On the website of the Ministry of Commerce on the 8th, Wang Hejun, director of the Trade Relief investigation Bureau of the Ministry of Commerce, issued a statement on the final EU anti-dumping decision on corrosion-resistant steel. Mr Wang said China was strongly dissatisfied that the European side still used the "surrogate country" approach in the investigation, replacing the price and cost data of Chinese companies with data from Brazilian companies, artificially raising the margin of dumping. "View details