Ukraine: EU stops ferrosilicon imports investigations

The European Union decided to stop the antidumping investigation on the imports of ferrosilicon from Ukraine and Egypt.

The European Commission announced the cancellation of the investigation on April 4, as the Association of European ferro-alloy Producers had revoked its application on February 27.

The antidumping investigation began in August 2017. (Ukrainian metal)

Ukraine: pipes hit by Mexico duties

The government of Mexico has announced the implementation of the antidumping duties on the import of carbon steel pipes from Ukraine, South Korea, Spain and India.

The investigation was carried out at the request of a local company and covered the trade operations from April 2013 through March 2016. (Ukrainian metal)

EAEU: duties on stainless steel and pipes from China and Malaysia prolonged

The Eurasian Economic Commission has extended the antidumping duty on cold-deformed seamless stainless pipes supplied to the territory of the Union from China and Malaysia.

The duty has been prolonged for the duration of another investigation – through January 18, 2019.

The volume of the duty is 19.15% of the customs cost. (Ukrainian metal)

Ukraine: Economic Ministry disappointed with EC decision to reject obligations proposed by hot-rolled steel exporters

The Economic Development and Trade Ministry of Ukraine is disappointed by a decision of the European Commission (EC) to reject price commitments proposed by Metinvest Group and other hot-rolled steel exporters in exchange for non-applying the previously introduced anti-dumping duties to them. “We are very disappointed by this decision of Europe, especially in the context…

EEU: duty on Interpipe wheels up

The Eurasian Economic Committee has increased the import duty of Ukrainian steel wheels with the diameter of 710 mm from 4.75% to 34.22%. The decision has been published on the EEC site and comes into effect in 30 days. The previous investigation ended with the setting of the antidumping duty of 4.75% for 5 years…

Russia: Europe to hit rebars with duties

A number of European metal companies, that have previously demanded antidumping investigation on Belarus rebars, are prepared to submit a similar claim against Russian suppliers. According to Eurofer, in January-November 2017 EU imported 304.1 thousand tons of rebars from Russia. It should be noted that Turkey supplied 383.3 thousand tons. At the same time in…

Russia: Brazil to impose duty on steel

Brazil Steel Institute (IABr) has called unacceptable the technical report of the Ministry of Finances on antidumping measures to steel imports from Russia and China. According to the ministry the final antidumping measures will negatively affect local customers, which would face short-term difficulties when making their delivery chains. Moreover the antidumping duties will result in…

Ukraine: USA sets final duty on wire rod

The US Department of Commerce has set the final volume of the antidumping duty on the import of carbon and alloyed steel wire rod from Ukraine. Duty for ArcelorMittal Kriviy Rih and Yenakievo Iron and Steel Works is set at 44.03%, for other Ukrainian manufacturers at 34.98%. The United States International Trade Commission has to…

Ukraine: USA to review ferrosilicomanganese dumping

The United States International Trade Commission decided to review antidumping measures on the ferrosilicomanganese imports from Ukraine and China. The Commission intends to determine whether the cancellation of the measures will result in damage to national manufacturers. In 2012 USITC retained the 163% antidumping duty on ferrosilicomanganese imports from Ukraine until November 2017. Initially these…

Ukraine: Russian rebars and wire rod hit by antidumping duties

The Interdepartmental Commission on International Trade has imposed a 5-year antidumping duty of 15.21% on wire rod and rebars from Russia.

The decision will come into effect around February 28, 2018.

Ukraine started the antidumping investigation on imports of Russian rebars and wire rod in February at the request of AreclorMittal Kriviy Rih. (Ukrainian metal)