The Ministry of Industry and Trade issued a decision to investigate and apply anti-dumping and anti-subsidy measures to some sugarcane products originating from Thailand (Case code: AD13-AS01).
Pursuant to the Law on Foreign Trade Management, dated September 21, 2020, the Ministry of Industry and Trade issued Decision No. 2466 / QD-BCT on the initiation of an anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigation for cane sugar ( HS Code 1701.13.00, 1701.14.00, 1701.99.10) originated from the Kingdom of Thailand (Thailand) on the basis of the request dossier of the representative of the domestic industry.
According to the law, after initiating an investigation, the Ministry of Industry and Trade will send an investigation questionnaire to related parties to collect information to analyze and evaluate the allegations, including: (i) micro-dumping of Thai export enterprises; (ii) the subsidy behavior of the Thai Government towards Thai exporters; (iii) damage to the sugar industry in Vietnam; and (iv) the causal relationship between dumping, subsidies and damages of the domestic industry.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade will verify and verify the information provided by related parties before completing the official investigation conclusion of the case. At the same time, the Ministry of Industry and Trade will also hold a public consultation for stakeholders to directly exchange, provide information, and express their views on the case before making a final conclusion on the case.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade recommends all organizations and individuals that are exporting, importing, distributing, trading and using the investigated goods to register as related parties and provide necessary information to the Ministry of Industry and Trade to ensure their rights and interests in accordance with the law.