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DGAD recommends anti-dumping duty on TBR import from China

The Dollar Business Bureau  The Directorate General of Anti-Dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD), in its final report, has recommended that anti-dumping duty is to be imposed on the imports of truck and bus radial (TBR) tyres from China.   The DGAD has submitted its report to the Ministry of Finance, which will come out with the final decision and issue a notification regarding the same.   After investigations, the Authority has come to a conclusion that TBR has been exported by China to India below the normal prices, causing material injury to the local industry.  There has been substantial rise in the dumped imports of TBR and the landed value of imported products have been considerably lower than the level of cost of selling ...

Indias monthly truck bus radial tyre imports record a new high averaging 1.2 lakh

The Dollar Business Bureau Due to an increase in dumping from China, India’s monthly imports of truck and bus radial tyres (TBR) recorded new highs averaging 1.2 lakh units in 2016-17. This has prompted the Automotive Tyre Manufacturers Association (ATMA) to reiterate its demands to DGAD seeking an early imposition of anti-dumping duty on the imports of TBR from China. Seeking an early redressal to help the domestic industry ATMA revealed the alarming figures that have been spiralling in the last few years. In its statement to the government, it said that the monthly numbers have now touched an average of 1.2 lakhs units in FY17 from a mere 40,000 in FY14. Imported tyres account for 40% of the replacement demand for ...

Govt considering anti-dumping probe against Chinese radial tyres

The Dollar Business Bureau   The government is examining the anti-dumping and anti-subsidy duty investigations on imports of bus and truck radial tyres from China to protect domestic manufacturers. “Directorate General of AntiDumping and Allied Duties (DGAD) is examining petitions for initiation of antidumping and antisubsidy duty investigations on imports of bus and truck radial tyres from China,” Commerce and Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman told Lok Sabha in response to a query. Earlier, India’s Automotive Tyre Manufacturers Association (ATMA) had requested the government to restrict imports of truck/bus radial tyres and import of tyres without BIS marking from China. The industry body had also urged the government to start investigation on dumping of tyres from China and increase customs duty on the ...

Import Of Gliclazide Originating In Or Exported From China PR

Dated October 20th, 2015 | Copy of | Notification Sl84 dt. 20/10/15 | F. No.14/5/2014-DGAD Government of India Ministry of Commerce & Industry Department of Commerce (Directorate General of Anti Dumping & Allied Duties) (Final Findings) Subject: Anti-dumping duty Investigation in the matter relating to import of Gliclazide originating in or exported from China PR 1. F.No.14/5/2014-DGAD:- Whereas, having regard to the Customs Tariff Act 1975 as amended from time to time (hereinafter also referred to as the Act) and the Customs Tariff (Identification, Assessment and Collection of Anti-Dumping Duty on Dumped Articles and for Determination of Injury) Rules,1995 thereof, as amended from time to time (hereinafter also referred to as the Rules); M/s Bal Pharma Ltd., Bangalore (hereinafter also referred ...

Indian tyre manufacturers see red in upward Chinese imports

The Dollar Business Bureau Increasing imports of Chinese tyres have become a major concern for the Indian tyre manufacturers.  Reports say that the import of radial tyres— used mostly in heavy commercial vehicles— has increased by 60% in the last financial year. And a large chunk of imported pieces were from China. International trade analysts believe that Chinese tyre makers have started selling their products to Indian buyers at cheaper rates after facing anti-dumping duty imposed by the US. According to reports, the truck and bus radial (TBR) tyres imports in India have surged to 7.8 lakh units in the last financial year from 4.9 lakh units a year ago. This has created an alarming situation for the domestic ...