China firms to pay TT


TRADE and Industry Minister Paula Gopee-Scoon has made a final determination that Chinese exporters have been dumping aluminium products in TT and has ordered the Comptroller of Customs and Excise to impose anti-dumping duties. Chinese exporters will be asked to pay duties of six per cent for aluminium bars, rods and profiles, and nine per cent for aluminium tubes and pipes, according to an order dated February 21 and signed by the minister. The duties are effective as at February 21, and stay in effect for five years.

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