Antidumping

Antidumping in the Fastener Industry

Canada Launches Re-investigation on Carbon Steel Fasteners from Mainland China and Taiwan | Chinafastener .info

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has today initiated a re-investigationto update the normal values and export prices, in accordance with the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), respecting certain carbon steel fasteners originating in or ... [Read More]
2019/04/12

China Export Tax Rebates for Fasteners Increased to 10% | Chinafastener .info

Since November 1, 2018, China has expanded and optimized export tax rebates to lower costs for businesses and encourage trade.(...) via China Export Tax Rebates for Fasteners Increased to 10%. [Read More]
2019/03/27

U.S. ITC Launches Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Investigations Against Carbon and Alloy Steel Rod from China, India, Taiwan and Thailand | Fastener World Inc.

According to the announcement of U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) on February 21st, 2019, it has launched antidumping and countervailing duty investigations against carbon and alloy steel threaded rod originating in China, India, Taiwan and ... [Read More]
2019/02/26

US to apply further tariffs on Chinese imports – including fasteners | Fastener + Fixing Magazine

The Trump Administration has approved the application of 10% additional import tariffs on a wide range of goods from China, for which imports are estimated to be around US$200 billion. The list includes the majority of fasteners the US imports from ... [Read More]
2018/09/20

Riggs: 232 Tariff Process is Like ‘Fox Guarding The Henhouse’ | Global Fastener News

“Normally you find your injury, you file a case with the World Trade Organization, and they investigate,” Riggs explained to attendees of Pac-West’s autumn meeting in Whitefish, MT. “Currently, we have skipped the WTO and done our own ... [Read More]
2018/08/24

US Hikes Section 301 Tariff On Chinese Goods to 25%, Including Fasteners | Chinafastener .info

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative announced that the Section 301 duty to be imposed on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods, including fasteners, will be 25% instead of 10% announced on July 10.(...) via US Hikes Section 301 Tariff On ... [Read More]
2018/08/08

US Hikes Section 301 Tariff On Chinese Goods To 25% | Global Fastener News

The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative announced that the Section 301 duty to be imposed on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods, including fasteners, will be 25% instead of 10% announced on July 10.(...) via US Hikes Section 301 Tariff On ... [Read More]
2018/08/03

Will fasteners be hit by new steel tariff? US fastener industry responds | Torque Expo

Last week, President Trump signed an order to impose 25% tariffs on steel and aluminium entering the country, with exemptions for Mexico and Canada.(...) via Will fasteners be hit by new steel tariff? US fastener industry responds. [Read More]
2018/03/16

Looking for the difference | Fastener + Fixing Magazine

Executive Editor Phil Matten recently spent a week in Taiwan visiting a cross section of fastener manufacturers. The trip set him thinking about what it takes for the ‘Kingdom of Screws’ to differentiate itself and hold on to its crown in a ... [Read More]
2018/02/26

China says new EU anti-dumping methodology “misleading” | Chinafastener .com

China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) Thursday voiced opposition to the European Union's new anti-dumping methodology, saying it was imposing "misleading" standards for enterprises. "Every country enjoys the right to choose its own development path, ... [Read More]
2018/01/02