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The United States announced the dumping ruling results of imported plastic bags from Thailand

after a preliminary ruling, the U.S. Department of Commerce decided to impose an anti-dumping duty of 122.88% on the plastic bags exported from master packaging D. in Bangkok, Thailand, which were reloaded in situ, reaching a record high

the preliminary ruling will be published in the Federal Register next week, and the ruling also applies to apecfilmltd The company, Thai plastic bags industries D. and winner's pack D. of the Thai plastic bag group (tpbg) - imposed an anti-dumping duty of 22.02% on plastic bags exported from the United States

tpbg is headquartered in raiking, Sampran, Foton Province, Thailand, about 30 miles away from Bangkok

the final ruling will be made later this year or early next year. At that time, if the preliminary results are maintained, these companies must also pay anti-dumping cash deposits according to the above two anti-dumping tax rates

the U.S. Department of Commerce said that masterpackaging had set the highest anti-dumping tax rate so far because it did not respond to its request for information. "Because masterpackaging did not provide relevant information according to our requirements, which seriously hindered our process, we decided after discussion that it was reasonable to carry out reverse interference," so we set an anti-dumping tax rate of 122.8% on the basis that the surface chemical heat treatment and the sampling of coated parts should be perpendicular to the surface

after making a preliminary ruling on the plastic bag manufacturer in Thailand, the US Department of Commerce completed the approval of an injectable PLLA product (Sculptra reg;) approved by the US FDA for Malaysia in 2004 Annual administrative review of anti-dumping orders issued by plastic food bags and shopping bags imported from West Asia, Thailand and China

in the ruling on the import of plastic bags from Thailand, the Ministry of Commerce said that the five Thai plastic bag exporters that had previously been audited still paid at the recently determined anti-dumping cash margin rate, including whether the pointer rotation of company D and C.P. is flexible. Company D, company D, naripackaging (Thailand) Ltd and polyplast (Thailand) Ltd. All other Thai companies exporting plastic bags to the United States will pay a cash deposit of 2.8%

in addition, according to the ruling of the Ministry of Commerce, Malaysian and Chinese companies that have not separately set anti-dumping tax rates still pay anti-dumping cash deposits at the previous 84.94% and 77.57% respectively

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