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Anti-dumping duty likely on nylon filament yarn from EU, Vietnam

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

may impose an anti-duty of up to USD 719 per tonne for five years on imports of from the and following recommendations by the commerce ministry's investigation arm DGAD.

Imposition of duty aims at guarding domestic manufacturers of this from cheap imports coming from and

Following complaints by five domestic players, the of Antidumping and Allied Duties (DGAD) initiated a probe against alleged of from the two regions.

In its final findings of the probe, the directorate has concluded that the product has been exported to from these countries below normal values and that the domestic industry has suffered material injury on account of such dumped imports.

"The Authority recommends imposition of definitive as to remove the injury to the domestic industry," the DGAD has said in a notification.

The final view to impose the duty would be taken by the soon.

The suggested duty ranges between USD 128.06 per tonne to USD 719.44 per tonne.

Import of this yarn from EU and has increased to 13,799 tonnes during October 2015 March 2017 (which was the period of investigation) from 7,201 tonnes in 2013-14.

Five domestic firms including JCT Ltd, and had filed an application for initiation of the investigations.

The major uses of this yarn are in home furnishing and industrial application such as curtains, sewing and embroidery thread and fishnets.

To recommend duties, the DGAD in its probe would have to establish that dumping has caused material injury to domestic players.

Anti-dumping duties are levied to provide a level playing field to the local industry by guarding against below-cost import.

Imposition of anti-dumping duty is permissible under the (WTO) regime. Both and are members of the Geneva-based body.

The duty is aimed at ensuring fair trading practices and creating a level-playing field for domestic producers vis-a- vis foreign producers and exporters. They are not a measure to restrict import or cause an unjustified increase in cost of products.

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First Published: Tue, August 07 2018. 14:40 IST