U.S. delays introduction of anti-dumping duty for Ukraine pipes


The U.S. has extended the agreement on price obligations with regard to Ukrainian pipe products, which provides for the abolition of the anti-dumping duty for Ukrainian producers involved in pipe exports, according to Ukraine's Trade Envoy Nataliya Mykolska.


"The U.S. Department of Commerce decided to extend the agreement on price obligations for pipe products. Thus, Ukrainian producers of pipes can continue their duty-free," Mykolska wrote on Facebook.

FTA between Ukraine, Canada to start Aug 1 – envoyAs UNIAN reported earlier, the U.S. Department of Commerce in February 2014 announced a preliminary decision in an anti-dumping investigation. According to the ministry's decree, a preliminary anti-dumping duty of 5.31% was set for imports of oil and gas pipes from Ukraine.

Later the same year, Ukraine and the United States signed an agreement effectively lifting the duties for the export of Ukrainian products, which expired on July 10, 2017.

Tags: Ukraine, USA, pipes, exports, antidumpingduty, Mykolska

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