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Ministry of Commerce: Imposing anti-dumping duties on electrolytic capacitor paper originating in Japan

On April 17, 007, the Ministry of Commerce issued the No. 30 announcement in 2007, deciding to implement final anti-dumping measures on imported electrolytic capacitor paper originating in Japan, with an implementation period of five years from April 18, 2007.

On April 18, 2013, the Ministry of Commerce issued the 19th Announcement of 2013, and decided to continue the final anti-dumping measures on imported electrolytic capacitor papers originating in Japan. The implementation period is 5 years from April 18, 2013.

On April 17, 2018, the Ministry of Commerce issued the 28th Announcement No. 28 of 2018, and decided to conduct a final review of the anti-dumping measures applicable to Japan’s imported electrolytic capacitor paper from April 18, 2018.

The Ministry of Commerce investigated the possibility of the continued or recurrence of dumping of imported electrolytic capacitor paper originating in Japan and the possibility of damage to the electrolytic capacitor paper industry in China continuing or recurring if the anti-dumping measures were terminated. According to the results of the investigation, and in accordance with Article 48 of the Anti-Dumping Regulations of the People’s Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as the “Anti-Dumping Regulations”), the Ministry of Commerce has made a review ruling. The relevant matters are hereby announced as follows:

First, the ruling

The Ministry of Commerce ruled that if the anti-dumping measures are terminated, the dumping of imported electrolytic capacitor paper originating in Japan may continue or reoccur in China, and the damage caused to China’s domestic industry may continue or reoccur.

Second, anti-dumping measures

According to the provisions of Article 50 of the Anti-Dumping Regulations, the Ministry of Commerce proposed to the State Council Customs Tariff Commission to continue to implement anti-dumping measures based on the results of the investigation. The Customs Tariff Commission of the State Council has made a decision based on the recommendations of the Ministry of Commerce. Since April 18, 2019, it has continued to impose anti-dumping duties on imported electrolytic capacitor papers originating in Japan for a period of five years.

The product description and anti-dumping tax rate for imposing anti-dumping duties are the same as those for the 30th Announcement of the Ministry of Commerce in 2007 and the 19th Announcement of 2013, as follows:

Chinese name of the product under investigation: electrolytic capacitor paper (not impregnated or coated with electrolyte), also known as electrolytic capacitor base paper

English name: Paper forElectrolytic Capacitor

Physical properties: Electrolytic capacitor paper is a special paper with a weight of 150 grams per square meter or less. It is generally used as a base material for adsorbing electrolyte in electrolytic capacitors, and together with the electrolyte constitutes the cathode of the electrolytic capacitor.

The product belongs to the “Import and Export Tariff of the People’s Republic of China”: 48059110.

The rate of continued anti-dumping duties is the same as that of the Ministry of Commerce’s Announcement No. 30 of 2007 and Announcement No. 19 of 2013. details as follows:

1. NIPPON KODOSHI CORPORATION 22%

2. Daifuku Seishi Co., Ltd. 15%

3. Other Japanese companies (All Others) 40.83%

Third, the method of imposing anti-dumping duties

Since April 18, 2019, importers are required to pay the corresponding anti-dumping duties to the Customs of the People’s Republic of China when importing imported electrolytic capacitor paper originating in Japan. The anti-dumping tax is levied at the ad valorem of the customs-examined duty-paid price. The formula is: anti-dumping tax = customs duty-paid price × anti-dumping tax rate. The import value-added tax is calculated at the ad valorem of the customs-examined duty-paid price plus customs duties and anti-dumping duties.

4. Administrative reconsideration and administrative litigation

According to Article 53 of the Anti-Dumping Regulations, if you are dissatisfied with the decision of this review, you may apply for administrative reconsideration according to law, or you may file a lawsuit with the people’s court according to law.

V. This announcement has been implemented since April 18, 2019.


Post time: Apr-19-2019
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