Mexico Initiates Review of Countervailing Duties on Certain Carbon Steel Pipes

Posted by Janet Fragoso on 4/16/21 5:00 PM

On April 5, 2021, the Ministry of Economy of Mexico initiated an administrative review to examine the validity of the definitive countervailing duties imposed on imports of carbon steel pipes with straight and helical longitudinal seams from the United States, Spain, and India, regardless of the country of export. The enforcement date is April 6, 2021.

The merchandise subject to the countervailing duty includes goods classified under HTS Codes: 7305.11.02, 7305.12.02, and 7305.19.99.

The period of examination is calendar year 2020, and the period of analysis is 2016-2020.

The following countervailing duties will remain in force while the review is underway:

  • United States: $575.01 USD per metric ton;
  • Spain: $62.22 USD per metric ton; and
  • India: $81.61 per metric ton.

More details on the countervailing duties, including the relevant exporting companies and exceptions, can be found in the notice here:

Topics: Countervailing, Steel, Mexico, India, Spain, AD/CVD

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