January 7, 2020, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India announced that the Revenue Bureau of the Ministry of Finance of India did not accept Carbon Black from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India on December 22, 2020.
use in Rubber Applications) The proposal to continue to impose anti-dumping duties and decide to terminate the continued application of anti-dumping measures against the above-mentioned countries.
On December 26, 2008, India filed an anti-dumping investigation against carbon black for rubber originating or imported from Australia, China, Iran, Malaysia, Russia and Thailand. On December 24, 2009, India issued a final anti-dumping ruling in the case.
Among them, India terminated its anti-dumping investigation against the two countries because the products involved in Malaysia and Iran did not cause substantial damage to domestic industries. On January 28, 2010, India imposed anti-dumping duties on the involvement of Australia, China, Russia and Thailand, of which $0.138~0.330/metric ton for Australia, $0.089~0.423/metric ton for China and $0.136~0.391/metric to Russia.
Tonnes, Thailand is 0.084~0.186 US dollars/metric ton. On July 15, 2014, India launched the first anti-dumping sunset review investigation against carbon black for rubber originating or imported from China, Russia and Thailand.
On October 1, 2015, India issued the first anti-dumping sunset review of the case, proposing to continue to impose anti-dumping duties on carbon black for rubber from China and Russia. During the investigation period, the dumping margin of carbon black for rubber imported from Thailand was trace.
Therefore, it decided to cancel the anti-dumping measures against the products involved in Thailand. On November 28, 2015, India maintained an anti-dumping duty on products originating or imported from China and Russia, of which $397.10-494 per metric ton in China and $36.17 per metric ton in Russia, valid for five years.
On May 20, 2020, India launched a second anti-dumping sunset review investigation against rubber carbon black originating or imported from China and Russia.
December 22, 2020, India issued a second anti-dumping sunset review ruling on the case, proposing to continue to impose anti-dumping duties valid for five years on products involved in China and Russia, with tariffs of $494.0 per metric ton and $36.17/metric ton, respectively.
The case concerns products under Indian customs code 28030010, and hot carbon black and carbon black for semiconductor compounds do not apply to this anti-dumping measure.