29 July 2013 15:54 [Source: ICIS news]
According to a decree published in the Diario Oficial da Uniao,
Under the new rules, the deadline to complete an investigation has been tightened to 10 months from 15.
According to Camex, anti-dumping duties may be applied in the investigation process. "The goal is to assure that preliminary determinations are made during an average period of 120 days after the beginning of the investigation," the organisation said.
According to the decree, requests for anti-dumping analyses will now be taken within a maximum period of 60 days.
"However, in cases in which there is no need to request additional information and when there are sufficient evidences of dumping ... investigations can be initiated within 15 and 30 days from the date of the request," Camex said.
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