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Announcement No.2, 2007 of the General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China

 China import & export Policy
 2007-03-23 13:54:28


Thursday,March 22,2007 Posted: 14:54 BJT(0654 GMT) CAITECA
  
  In accordance with the regulations of Anti-dumping Regulations of People’s Republic of China and the results of the anti-dumping investigation on imported Sulfamethoxazole originated from India (hereinafter referred to as the investigated products), Ministry of Commerce made the preliminary arbitra
tion to implement temporary anti-dumping measures on the investigated products.
  Matters concerning the above-mentioned measures are notified as follows:
  
  1. As of February 1st, 2007, the investigated products shall be charged with deposit in security. Anti-dumping deposit = (price after customs duty * rate of anti-dumping deposit)*(1+ rate of value-added tax of import)
  2. Any unit applying for importing Sulfamethoxazole shall submit certificate of place of origin to the Customs. If the place of origin is India, invoice of the original manufacturer shall be provided.
  3. Issues concerned imposition of anti-dumping deposit shall be conducted in accordance with Announcement No. 9, 2001 of the General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China and Decree No. 111 of the General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China.
  4. The Customs shall notify later about the transaction of the imposed anti-dumping deposit.
  5. Any similar product for import could apply to Ministry of Commerce for the arbitration on whether it is under the temporary anti-dumping measures. The Customs shall act accordingly.
  
  Appendix:
  1. Announcement No. 2, 2007 of Ministry of Commerce
  2. Anti-dumping Deposit Ratio Table for Sulfamethoxazole
  
  
  General Administration of Customs
  January 31, 2007
 

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