|04 Apr 2011||Initiation|
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On April 26, 2012, the Peruvian authorities decided, after having conducted an expiry review, the continuation of the anti-dumping duty on imports of zippers from China (Resolution No. 054-2012/CFD-INDECOPI, 26.04.2012).
The products subject to the duty are classified under the following HS codes: 9607.1100, 9607.1900 and 9607.2000.
The amount of the duty imposed on metal zippers (HS code 9607.1100) is USD 6.00 per kilogram if the FOB price declared is lower or equal to USD 23.60 per kilogram. The amount of the duty imposed on non-metal zippers (HS code 9607.1900) is USD 2.60 per kilogram if the FOB price declared is lower or equal to USD 19.50 per kilogram. The amount of the duty imposed on zipper parts (HS code 9607.2000) is USD 2.80 per kilogram if the FOB price declared is lower or equal to USD 35.30 per kilogram. Those definitive anti-dumping duties entered into force on the day following the publication of the resolution in the Official Journal El Peruano, i.e. on May 5, 2012, and are applicable for a period of three years.
This duty follows an ex officio review to changed circumstances decided on April 4, 2011 by the Peruvian Supervisory Commission on Dumping and Subsidies of the Indecopi itself (Resolution No. 043-2011/CFD-INDECOPI, 04.04.2011). The review started on the day of the publication of the resolution in the Official Journal El Peruano, i.e. on April 10, 2011.
The original anti-dumping duty imposed on zippers from China was decided on August 22, 2002 (Resolution No. 046-2002/CDS-INDECOPI, 22.08.2002) and entered into force on the day of the second publication of the resolution in the Official Journal El Peruano, i.e. on August 30, 2002.
On April 27th, 2015, the Peruvian authorities decided upon the termination of the anti-dumping measure imposed on imports of zippers from China by Resolution No. 054-2012/CFD-INDECOPI dated April 26th, 2012 (Resolution No. 053-2015/CFD-INDECOPI, 27.04.2015). Termination is effective on May 5th, 2015. This revocation is indeed the normal expiry of the duty after a period of three years.
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