Vietnam has decided to impose anti-dumping duties on monosodium glutamate from Indonesia and China – International Trade & Investment


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Recently, Vietnam decided to impose anti-dumping duties on monosodium glutamate (MSG) products originating from Indonesia and China. Decision to impose anti-dumping duties on MSG products classified under HS code 2922.42.20 originating in Indonesia and China, based on the results of the first review. The case code is AR01.AD09.

Based on the request for review of related parties under Clause 1 of Article 82 of the Foreign Trade Management Act 2017, the Ministry of Industry and Commerce has just issued Decision No. 640 on the results of the first review of the application of anti-dumping measures of certain MSG products originating in Indonesia and China.

Under the decision of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, MSG imposed anti-dumping duties on products used in food processing, cooking. The products are used as raw materials for the production of other seasoning products, processed foods, sauces, instant noodles…

Continue to impose anti-dumping duties of 5 million VND/tonne on imports of monosodium glutamate from Indonesia and China

According to the Ministry of Industry and Commerce, anti-dumping enforcement procedures are carried out in accordance with the Anti-dumping Law of Goods Imported into Vietnam, Import and Export Tax Law and other relevant laws.

The anti-dumping duty rate applied to organizations and individuals producing and exporting goods originating in Indonesia is over VND 5.2 million/tonne.

With China, the anti-dumping duty rate applied to each organization and individual is 6.3 million VND/ton; while for organizations and individuals in Hong Kong (China), the lowest anti-dumping duty rate fluctuates at 3.4 million VND/ton and the highest is above 5 million VND/ton.

Decisions on exemption from anti-dumping measures issued by the Minister of Industry and Trade before the date of entry into force of this decision shall remain valid until the expiry of the period of validity of the decision on exemption. .

Previously July 22n/a 2020, Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade issued Decision No. 1933 on the application of official anti-dumping duties on MSG products originating in China and Indonesia.

September 28and 2021, the Ministry of Industry and Trade issued Decision No. 2217/QD-BCT to review for the first time the imposition of anti-dumping measures on MSG products originating in Indonesia, China.

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