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Trade Minister imposes anti-dumping duties on Chinese and Malaysian kitchen utensils
14 September 2017  -  Organization :  -  Sector/Entity :  -  Category : General

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Sufficient evidence was found confirming the injury caused to the local industry due to dumped Chinese and Malaysian imports of tableware and kitchenware.

Minister of Trade and Industry Tarek Kabil announced today final anti-dumping duties for the next five years on imports of melamine tableware and kitchenware from China and Malaysia with a dumping margin of 15% and 14% of the CIF value consecutively.
Two fully-documented complaints were lodged by a major local manufacturer, Al Shorouk Co. for Melamine & Resins (Al Sharif), claiming that imports of Chinese and Malaysian melamine tableware and kitchenware enter the Egyptian market at dumped prices, causing injury to the local industry, according to the ministry’s Trade Remedies Sector.
“After a thorough investigation into the matter, the authority found sufficient evidence supporting the petition: mainly a fall in the output, sales and market share of local manufacturers of the mentioned products,” said Ibrahim al-Segginy head of the sector.
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