u.s. starts anti-dumping probe into pet resin imports - pet resin
WASHINGTON (Reuters)-The U. S.
The Commerce Ministry said Tuesday it began investigating whether pet importsPET)
Resin from Brazil, Indonesia, South Korea, Pakistan and Taiwan was dumped in the United States. S. market. The U. S.
The International Trade Commission is expected to make a decision by November.
About whether the import of materials for the manufacture of clothing and plastic bottles is harmful or threatening harmful to the United StatesS.
In a statement, the Ministry of Commerce said that if producers are found to do so, the Ministry of Commerce will continue to investigate and make a preliminary anti-dumping decision by March 5, 2018.
These probes are from DAK Americas LLC, North Carolina, Indorama Ventures USA Inc. , Alabama. , the petition submitted by M & G Polymers usa llc in Houston, and a unit of Nanya plastics company, Nanya plastics company, Taiwan (1303. TW)
The department said.
It said that Indorama Ventures USA Inc. was not a petitioner for the investigation in Indonesia.
The petitioner claimed an estimated dumping margin of 18. 76 to 115. 87 percent, 8. 49 to 53. 50 percent, 55. 74 to 101. 41 percent, 25. 03 to 43.
40%, and 14. 67 to 45.
Brazil, Indonesia, South Korea, Pakistan and Taiwan accounted for 00%, the statement said.
In 2016, PET resin imports from Brazil, Indonesia, South Korea, Pakistan and Taiwan were estimated at $51. 7 million, $35.
7 million, $24 million, $34.
$1 million and $109.
8 million respectively.