US slaps anti-dumping duties on Chinese alloy aluminium sheet


The United States yesterday said it was imposing steep import duties on Chinese imports of alloy aluminium sheet valued at nearly 1 billion US dollars, which Washington says have been dumped on the US market.

Yesterday’s announcement was part of a process begun in November that marked the first time in 33 years that the US Commerce Department had self-initiated the process of imposing anti-dumping import duties by itself - not at the behest of US manufacturers.

As a result, US Customs and Border Protection will begin collecting cash deposits from importers based on the alleged dumping rates.

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