Latest Anti Dumping Duty Measures

by | Aug 9, 2019

Anti-Dumping Duty is an Import Duty charged in addition to Customs Duty that applies throughout the EU and while the UK are still members it applies to the UK as well.

The implementation of this duty enables the EU to take action against goods sold at less than their normal value, defined as the price for ‘like goods’ sold in the exporter’s home market.

Products affected by anti-dumping regulations are updated regularly, so it is important to check that your products are not impacted. You can find out more about anti dumping duty HERE.

Below are links to just ‘some’ of the recent updates from gov.uk.

Polyvinyl products from China – 1st August

Tungsten electrodes from China – 30th July

Cast iron tubes and pipes from China – 29th July

Tubes and pipes of ductile cast iron from India – 29th July

Ceramic tableware and kitchenware from China – 15th July

Hot rolled steel sheet piles from China – 15th July

Welded steel tubes from Macedonia, Russia and Turkey – 8th July

 

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