The Revenue Department in the Ministry of Finance has notified the imposition of preliminary anti-dumping duty on imported PVC flex film from China, following a recommendation of the Designation Authority in the Commerce Ministry on June 22. The dumping probe excludes PVC rigid films and cotton/canvas tarpaulins.
The notification follows a written complaint filed by the domestic manufacturer Pioneer Polyleathers Pvt Ltd.
The anti-dumping duty imposed under the notification would be effective up from July 30 to January 29. The notification has given effect to a host of variable interim anti-dumping duties recommended by the Designated Authority on the dumped subject goods from China. While the Chinese manufacturer-cum-exporter, Zhejiang Hailide New Material Co.Ltd., will have to shell out an anti-dumping duty of US$0.152/kg, another Chinese manufacturer-merchant, Shanghai Nar Industries Co Ltd. (NAR), should pay US$0.346 /kg. Other different manufacturers-cum-exporters who will have to pay the interim dumping levy of the subject goods include Shanghai Nar Industrial Co.Ltd (NAR) and Shanghai Inflex Sighnage Co.Ltd. at US$0.346/kg; Jiangyin Nanwei Plastic Co. Ltd and Jiangyin Nanwei International Trade Co.Ltd at US$0.370/kg; Zhejiang Botai Plastic Co.Ltd at US$0.365/kg; Zhejiang Ganglong New Material Co. Ltd at US$0.374/kg; Heytex Technical Textiles (Zhangjiagang) Co.Ltd. at US $0.143/kg; Zhejiang Tianchang Plastic Fabric Ltd at US$0.450/kg; Cixi Linyun Plastics Wart Co.Ltd. at US$0.340/kg and Zhejiang Yuli Plastic Co. Ltd at US$0.545/kg. All other producers and exporters from China, other than the companies listed by the Designated Authority, routing the subject goods from China to export to India, should pay an interim anti-dumping duty of US$0.545/kg, according to the notification.