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AD/CV: Garlic, Steel Pipe, Transfer Drive Components

Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report

Garlic. The International Trade Administration has rescinded its new shipper review of the antidumping duty order on fresh garlic from China with respect to Jinxiang Huameng Imp & Exp Co. Ltd. after determining that it did not make a bona fide sale of subject goods. As a result, effective Oct. 25, the ITA will instruct U.S. Customs and Border Protection to discontinue the option of posting a bond or security in lieu of a cash deposit for entries of subject goods by Huameng and to require cash deposits for such goods at the China-wide rate.

Steel Pipe. The ITA has made affirmative final dumping determinations on circular welded carbon-quality steel pipe from Pakistan, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, and Vietnam. As a result, the ITA will instruct CBP to collect AD cash deposits on such goods at the weighted average dumping margins, which are 7.24 percent for Oman, 11.80 percent for Pakistan, 5.58 percent to 6.43 percent for the UAE, and zero to 113.18 percent for Vietnam.

The ITA has also made an affirmative final countervailable subsidy determination on such pipe from Pakistan. If the International Trade Commission makes a final affirmative CV injury determination, the ITA will order the resumption of the suspension of liquidation of entries of such goods and require CV cash deposits at the final subsidy rate of 64.81 percent. The ITA will also adjust the AD cash deposit rate for Pakistan by the amount of the countervailed export subsidies, where appropriate.

Transfer Drive Components. The ITA has made affirmative final dumping determinations on iron mechanical transfer drive components from Canada and China. As a result, the ITA will instruct CBP to collect AD cash deposits on such goods at the weighted average dumping margins, which are 100.47 percent to 191.34 percent for Canada and 13.64 percent to 401.68 percent for China.

The ITA has also made an affirmative final CV duty determination on such goods from China. If the ITC makes a final affirmative CV injury determination, the ITA will order the resumption of the suspension of liquidation of entries of such goods and require CV cash deposits at the final subsidy rates, which are 33.26 percent to 163.46 percent. The ITA will also adjust the AD cash deposit rates for China by the amount of the countervailed export subsidies, where appropriate.

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