After Iran, India may impose ADD on imports of Clear float glass from Pakistan, UAE, Saudi Arabia
The Dollar Business Bureau
The Customs is intending to impose anti-dumping duty on the imports of clear float glass of nominal thickness ranging from 4mm to 12 mm (both inclusive), from Pakistan (producer M/s Tariq Glass Industries), UAE and Saudi Arabia. The countries have been put under review by the Ministry of Finance as they have been dumping the clear float glass at cheaper rates causing injury to the domestic players.
The DGAD has recommended the imposition of anti-dumping duty of $23.54 per metric tonne, on the clear float glass exports, produced by M/s Tariq Glass Industries of Pakistan.
Recently, the DGAD had imposed a definitive anti-dumping duty on clear glass imports from Iran, ranging from nil to $55.59 per tonne for five years.
Clear float glass is generally used in the refrigeration, construction, mirror and solar energy industries.