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USA: DOC requested to conduct anti-subsidy probe into Vietnam's frozen warmwater shrimp

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Published Nov 8, 2023

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The US Department of Commerce has received a request from the Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam to initiate anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations on frozen warmwater shrimp imported from Ecuador, India, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Vietnam is included in the list because its shrimp products have been subject to anti-dumping taxes from the US since 2004. The investigations would cover both frozen and fresh shrimp, with the subsidy investigation period set for 2022 and the damage investigation period from 2020 to the first half of 2023.
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ABO/NDO- The US Department of Commerce (DOC) has received a request for anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations on frozen warmwater shrimp imported from a number of countries, including Vietnam, according to the Trade Remedies Authority of Vietnam under the Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT). The DOC was asked to investigate frozen warmwater shrimp products with codes of HS 0306.17, 1605.21 and 1605.29 imported from Ecuador, India, Indonesia and Vietnam. Vietnam is included in the list as Vietnamese shrimp products have been subject to anti-dumping taxes by the US since 2004, said the authority. The authority said that the indictment requested the DOC to initiate an anti-subsidy investigation on both frozen and fresh shrimp from Vietnam and allegedly that subsidy for fresh shrimp suppliers are considered as subsidy for frozen shrimp producers and exporters as fresh raw shrimp accounts for a large proportion of up to 95% of the value of frozen warmwater shrimp of Vietnam. ...
Source: Baoapbac
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