US Department of Commerce ruled that Chinese-made aluminum foil up to 106% anti-dumping duties

- Mar 07, 2018 -

US Department of Commerce ruled that Chinese-made aluminum foil up to 106% anti-dumping duties


The U.S. Department of Commerce imposed a heavy tariff on aluminum-foil classes in China as it found the country's producers to accept unfair subsidies and dump their products in the United States.


    The U.S. Commerce Department said in a statement on Tuesday that it would impose a tariff of 49% to 106% on China's foil products sold in the United States at a price below fair market value. The Trump administration is also levying a 17% to 81% tariff on Chinese manufacturers that the U.S. finds unfairly subsidized.


    The Alcoa said in a statement sent via e-mail on Tuesday that the ITC is final on this matter and is scheduled to vote on March 15.


    The U.S. Department of Commerce's ruling could exacerbate trade tensions between the United States and China, and China has denied giving unfair trade advantages to domestic aluminum foil makers. This ruling coincides with Liu He's visit to the United States and talks about the economic and trade relations between the two countries.


    "US aluminum foil makers are among the most competitive in the world but they can not compete with products that are sold at unfairly low prices and subsidized by the Chinese government," said AIA chief executive Heidi Brock at Electronics E-mail statement said.


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