Mexico to re-investigate TBD imports

The Mexican Secretariat for the Economy announced the start of a repeated anti-dumping investigation of the import of certain types of straight-seam and spiral-seam pipes of large diameter from India, Spain and the United States.
Currently, the import of these products is subject to anti-dumping duties, the rate of which is $81.61 per ton for Indian companies, $62.22 per ton for Spanish companies and $575.01 per ton for American companies.
According to the Mexican company Tubacero, on whose initiative a second investigation was launched, the abolition of anti-dumping duties will harm the national pipe industry.
The investigation will be conducted in relation to deliveries during 2020, but data on the state of the market in 2016-2019 will also be used for analysis.
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