Anti-dumping measures, which have expired and will expire, have been declared

The Ministry of Commerce announced the anti-dumping measures, which expire in the second half of 2022 and will expire in the one-to-one period of this year.

The Declaration on the Prevention of Unfair Competition in Imports, prepared by the Ministry, was published in the Official Gazette and entered into force.

Accordingly, the anti-dumping measures applied on the imports of “concrete pumps” and “concrete pumps vehicles” originating in South Korea and China, “quilted fabrics” originating in China and “dioctyl orthophthalates” and “dioctyl terephthalate” originating in South Korea ended in the second half of last year. .

The communique also reminded of the anti-dumping measures that will end if a final review investigation is not opened in the second half of this year.

In this context, “fire bricks” originating from China, “textured polyester yarns” originating from Taiwan and India, “rubber yarn” originating from Thailand, “transmission belts” originating from China, India and Vietnam, “polyesters” originating in China, “filled yarns” originating from Vietnam wire”, some “polymer products” originating in Iran, some “metal goods” originating in Taiwan and China, and “synthetic fabric products” originating in China.

Within the framework of the relevant legislation, definitive measures against dumping are repealed after 5 years from the date of entry into force.

Before the expiry of the validity period of these measures, domestic producers have the right to apply for a final review investigation, with the argument that the end of the measure in the relevant work will lead to the continuation or reoccurrence of dumping and damage.