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ADD puzzle

It is more than a month since the commerce ministry announced stiff antidumping duties (ADD) on polypropylene (PP) imports from Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Oman. But a customs notification has yet to be released and this is puzzling many industry players. The customs notification, seen as a formality, is usually out within a week after […]

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Ouch! That hurts

I have been hearing that the Indian government will soon announce preliminary antidumping duty (ADD) on polypropylene (PP) imports from Saudi Arabia, Singapore and Oman. A few lucky producers/exporters have escaped but there are many who face a stiff duty of as much as a few hundred dollars, say my friends from the industry. Polymer […]

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Confronting China

It’s the turn of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) to highlight the threat of cheap Chinese imports. “The threat of dumping of cheap Chinese products in India is real and serious,” says Venu Srinivasan, the new president of the CII. This is something that’s been worrying many Indian companies for a while now. If […]

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Self-preservation first

India is aggressively moving to protect domestic companies with more news trickling in on safeguard and antidumping duties. The government is planning to initiate safeguard duty investigations on Chinese imports of 12-13 products from the chemicals and base metals sector, says this report in the Business Standard. This comes after the government decided on 30 […]

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Lobbying for protection

Protecting local companies during these difficult times is back on the Indian government’s agenda. Antidumping investigations are on the rise with companies working hard to prove that low priced imports are hurting their businesses. The government recently decided to extend by six months the effective date for definitive anti-dumping duty (ADD) on flexible slabstock polyol […]

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