ANNOUNCEMENT 05 Feb 2014

In 2014 and 2019 the United States renewed existing anti-dumping and anti-subsidy orders.

NUMBER OF INTERVENTIONS

4

  • 4 harmful
  • 0 neutral
  • 0 liberalising
Inception date: 05 Feb 2014 | Removal date: 25 Jun 2019
Still in force

Anti-dumping

In a Federal Register notice published on February 5, 2014 the U.S. Department of Commerce renewed the existing anti-dumping and countervailing duty orders against imports of raw flexible magnets from China and Taiwan. The original order was imposed on September 17, 2008, with the renewed order thus exceeding the five-year 'sunset' standard that generally applies to trade-remedy measures under WTO agreements (i.e., article 21.3 of the Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures and article 11.3 of the Anti-dumping Agreement).

AFFECTED SECTORS

 

AFFECTED PRODUCTS

 
Inception date: 05 Feb 2014 | Removal date: 25 Jun 2019
Still in force

Anti-subsidy

At the same date in February 2014, a simultaneous anti-subsidy investigation was launched against the described products.

Inception date: 25 Jun 2019 | Removal date: open ended
Still in force

Anti-dumping

On June 25, 2019 the U.S. International Trade Commission determined that revoking the existing antidumping duty orders on imports of raw flexible magnets from China and Taiwan and the existing countervailing duty order on imports of this product from China would be likely to lead to continuation or recurrence of material injury within a reasonably foreseeable time. As a result of these determinations, the existing antidumping duty orders on imports of this product from China and Taiwan and the existing countervailing duty order on imports of this product from China will remain in place.

Inception date: 25 Jun 2019 | Removal date: open ended
Still in force

Anti-subsidy

On June 25, 2019 the U.S. International Trade Commission determined that revoking the existing antidumping duty orders on imports of raw flexible magnets from China and Taiwan and the existing countervailing duty order on imports of this product from China would be likely to lead to continuation or recurrence of material injury within a reasonably foreseeable time. As a result of these determinations, the existing antidumping duty orders on imports of this product from China and Taiwan and the existing countervailing duty order on imports of this product from China will remain in place.