segunda-feira, 09 de outubro, 2017

USA: suspicion of dumping on imports of PET

PET of Brazil is under threat from receiving United States anti-dumping surcharge. The national form resin with other Asian producers-China, Indonesia, South Korea, Taiwan and Pakistan-PET suppliers group that prompted the request for the investigation of dumping submitted to the U.S. Government by DAK Americas LLC, local petrochemical companies Indorama Ventures USA Inc., M&G Polymers USA LLC and Nan Ya Plastics Corp. America, according to u.s. newspaper reports Plastics News. The plea was disclosed in a statement to the press on 26 September by the New York law firm Kelley Drye Warren LLP and & petitions already pending in the Department of Commerce offices and International Trade Commission, arguing that the polyester imported the five countries are being sold in the U.S. below the so-called fair value, thus causing damage to domestic industry to push down home prices. Second was disclosed in the media, the volume of PET of those countries landed in the North American market between 2014 and 2016 jumped the orbit of 67,000 tonnes to about 272,000. The Commerce Department has stated that it will decide if the investigation proceeds in 20 days from the receipt of the petitions and the Committee on international trade, for your time, must undertake in 45 days a preliminary study on the evaluation of damage and potential, clarified news of Plastics News. The official investigative process must consume, as a whole, around a year and the final decision is expected for the period between September and December of 2018. By the way, between the petrochemical dumping claimants include M&G, producer of PET in the complex of Suape, Pernambuco and Dak Americas, a subsidiary of Alpek, Mexican conglomerate that bought from Petrobras, the end of 2016, another PET plant in Brazil Member of the assets of Petroquímica Suape, in transaction that awaits the final approval of the Administrative Council for economic Defense (Cade).
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