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Mexico Imposes Temporary Anti-dumping Duty on Chinese Steel Nails
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2024-04-03
     According to the latest announcement of the Mexican Federal Government, on July 27, 2023, Clavos Nacionales Mexico S.A. de C.V. applied to the Mexican Ministry of Economy for an anti-dumping investigation of steel nails (Mexican tariff number 73170099) imported from China. In September of the same year, the Mexican government formally initiated an anti-dumping investigation on the product (the period of the dumping investigation was from May 1, 2022 to April 30, 2023. The period of the injury investigation was from May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2023).

     Based on the results of the investigation, Mexico announced on March 15, 2024 that it has preliminarily determined that the quantity of the product imported into Mexico from China and its market share in the Mexican market are likely to continue to increase in the future, which will have a negative impact on the Mexican industry, and therefore, a temporary anti-dumping duty of 31% will be levied on top of the original 25% tariff, which will take effect on and after the date of the announcement.
 
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