India launches anti-dumping investigation against Vietnamese yarn
The Director of the Anti-dumping and Joint Tariff Bureau of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce of India formally announced on May 6 that it will start anti-dumping investigations on all fully drawn yarns (FDY) imported from China, Thailand and Vietnam, the Vietnam Competition Authority said. This is the action taken after the Indian Synthetic Fiber Industry Association filed an application. Products subject to anti-dumping investigations include all fully drawn yarns or fully oriented yarns, and flat polyester yarns. These products under investigation are used to make clothing/home textiles and other industrial textiles. The Indian Synthetic Fiber Industry Association proposed that Taiwan be used as a third party in the market economy to determine the normal value of products from China and Vietnam. The anti-dumping investigation period is from October 1, 2006 to September 30, 2007, and the injury investigation period will be from April 2004 to March 2005, April 2005 to March 2006, April 2006. Month to March 2007 and the investigation period. Any information related to this investigation should be submitted to the Anti-Dumping and Joint Customs Administration in written form, and the information period shall not exceed 40 days. If no information is received within the time limit of the investigation or the information received is incomplete, the Anti-dumping and Joint Customs Administration may record their rulings on the basis of the recorded facts in accordance with the provisions of the law.