Antidumping Duty

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Antidumping Duty

In international commerce, a tariff placed on an import that is unusually low-priced. Dumping is the act of exporting a good to a foreign country to capitalize on the price difference. Dumping can result in a handsome profit for the exporter, but it can also damage the importing country's local economy. Thus, many countries attempt to counteract the practice by implementing anti-dumping duties.
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jointly filed an appeal to MOF for imposing a punitive duty of 14%, 51%, 11% and 31% on imports of coated paper from China, Japan, Korea and Finland, respectively.
However, we need government initiatives that could increase cement consumption which is only possible if the government abolishes Federal excise duty on cement as it is a punitive duty and curbs consumption," said a spokesman of All Pakistan Cement Manufacturers Association.
It is unclear whether the Government has any understanding of the potential effect of these rates on the likelihood of more airlines prioritising similar routes to the UK in future - after all, few of our competitor nations have imposed such a punitive duty.
It seems more likely that Beijing tinkered with its estimates of the cost of producing chicken feet to generate a sufficiently punitive duty rate.
And volume sales across beer, wines and spirits are expected to fail further if the punitive duty escalator is introduced in 2010 at the same time as VAT returns to 17.
Fortunately for the processing sector that relies on raw material from Norway, last month the punitive duty was lifted and replaced with a minimum price of 2.
The European Commission had invited a group of bedlinen exporters from Pakistan to find out a constructive solution to the ongoing anti-dumping proceedings and the suggested punitive duty of up to 40%.
Petniunas says her organization will continue to remain politically active through ongoing talks with Bush administration officials about the adverse effects of the punitive duty.
The punitive duty represents the amount the Commerce Department determined was the difference between the price Japanese importers were charging customers in the United States and the price they were charging in Japan for the same type of steel.
The European Commission yesterday proposed a punitive duty on 2.