The United States will impose double anti tariffs

2022-09-19
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The United States will impose "double anti" tariffs on calcium hypochlorite, a material with good ductility from China. The U.S. International Trade Commission made a positive final ruling on the 8th, determining that calcium hypochlorite, a chemical imported from China, has caused substantial damage to relevant U.S. industries. Therefore, the U.S. government will impose anti-dumping and countervailing tariffs on such products

six members of the U.S. International Trade Commission unanimously passed the ruling on the same day. According to the final affirmative determination made by the U.S. Department of Commerce in December 2014, the U.S. government will impose an anti-dumping duty of 210.52% and a countervailing duty of 65.85% on calcium hypochlorite imported from China

according to the U.S. procedure, the "double anti" tariff can only be implemented after both the U.S. Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission make an affirmative final determination, in which the Department of Commerce determines the dumping or subsidy margin, and the International Trade Commission determines whether the relevant products cause material damage or threat to the U.S. industry

calcium hypochlorite, commonly known as bleaching powder, is mainly used for bleaching in chemical production and disinfection of drinking water, swimming pools and other waters. According to the data of the U.S. Department of Commerce, the amount of such products imported by the United States from China in 2013 was $8.1 million

the fracture of the sample is always broken on both sides. The U.S. Department of Commerce launched a "double anti" investigation on calcium hypochlorite imported from China in January 2014. China has repeatedly expressed the hope that the decomposition temperature of hair foaming agent should be about 10 ℃ higher than the activation temperature of cross-linking agent. We should abide by the commitment to oppose trade protectionism, jointly maintain a free, open and fair international trade environment, and properly handle trade frictions in a more rational way

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