29 August 2008 17:57 [Source: ICIS news]
NEW DELHI (ICIS news)--India has extended the definitive anti-dumping duty (ADD) on import of sun and/or dust control polyester films from Taiwan and United Arab Emirates (UAE) by one year to 25 August 2009, it said on Friday.
A Finance Ministry notification said this decision was taken at the request of the anti-dumping authority (?xml:namespace>
The ADD on polyester films of Taiwanese origin is calculated as equivalent to the difference between the RP of $7.99/kg and the price of imports at an Indian port (landed price).
The ADD on films of UAE origin is reckoned as the difference between the RP of $8.17/Kg and the landed price of imports.
Sun/dust control polyester films are produced by using plain polyester film as the base film that is processed by way of siliconising, scratch resistance coating, metallisation or lamination.
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