Worldwide: Vietnam opens anti-dumping investigation into imports of certain tables and chairs from Malaysia and China
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On September 1, 2021, the Vietnamese government initiated an anti-dumping investigation into imports of certain tables and chairs originating in Malaysia and China (“some products“).
The anti-dumping duty investigation was initiated under a petition record filed by Xuan Hoa Viet Nam Joint Stock Company and Hoa Phat Furniture Joint Stock Company (“The petitioners“).
The applicants alleged that on the basis of a comparison between the normal value, i.e. the domestic selling price of the products in Malaysia and China, with their corresponding export prices to Vietnam, there was dumping.
In accordance with the opening decision of the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Commerce, the petitioners seek anti-dumping duties at the rate of 32.40% and 24.90% respectively for certain tables and chairs from Malaysia; and anti-dumping duties at the rate of 35.20% and 21.40% respectively for certain tables and chairs from China.
In the event that the Government of Vietnam finds the petitioners’ claims to be true, the Government of Vietnam may impose anti-dumping duties on imports of goods from Malaysia and China entering the country.
Interested parties must indicate their intention to respond to the Vietnam Trade Remedies Authority within 15 days from the date of notification of the investigation.
Originally posted September 7, 2021
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