Mexico nail sunset review of anti-dumping cases require evidence of the second stage

Published on 2016-04-20
Mexico nail sunset review of anti-dumping cases require evidence of the second stage
 
  May 4, the Mexican Ministry of Economy I note Embassy Commercial Office in Mexico, I inform interested parties on the nail sunset review of anti-dumping cases provide evidence of the second stage. Specific requirements are as follows: 
  1, the information provided must be in Spanish. , If the pieces must be accompanied Spanish translation into other languages. 
  2, to provide the public version and version information confidential version of the two, with a red font marked "public information" in the material, "confidential information" or "trade secrets" and attach Note For reasons of confidentiality and a brief summary. 
  3, provided evidence of an original, three copies (the left side of the text of all documents blank 3 cm, not paper punch). Relevant evidence will be available to other interested parties in accordance with law inspection. 
  4, all the relevant evidence, data material must take place during the investigation period, namely the period from 1 May to 30 September 2009 October 2008. 
  All materials delivered in at 14:00 on June 11, 2010 before the Mexican Ministry of Economic Affairs Bureau of the International Trade Practice Director Mr. Hugo Perezcano Diaz, Tel: 0055-52-52296100 turn 33101 or 33154; fax: 52296502/47. 
  Please contact relevant enterprises CCCMC contact. Telephone: 010-85692789, Fax: 010-65882821. 
  Event Review: November 26, 2009, the Mexican Ministry of Economy "Official Journal" published notice, decided originating in China sunset review of steel nails (as Haiguanshuihao 7317.00.99) review period for the year 200 810 January 1 to September 30, 2009. Earlier, the Mexican Ministry of Economy on July 25, 2003 to launch anti-dumping investigations of the product concerned. November 29, 2004, the Mexican Ministry of Economic Affairs announced the final results, the product concerned decided to impose $ 0.5 per kilogram of anti-dumping duties.