AD/CVD on Polyethylene Retail Carrier Bags 


Impact of AD/CVD on PRCBs

When imported into the United States products containing aluminum extrusions from numerous countries may be subject to antidumping duties (AD) and countervailing duties (CVD).  AD/CVD issues are a "priority trade" issue of U.S Customs.  As a consequence, importers should exercise care when importing any such products.   Scope issues can be complex and nuanced, consider discussing the matter with an experienced trade attorney.  Scope information for PRCBs can be found here.


Additional Historic Resources:

China (PRC) PRCBs (A-570-886):  Jul 02, 2003    Jan 26, 2004    Jun 18, 2004    Aug 09, 2004 

Indonesia PRCBs (A-560-822):  Apr 27, 2009    Nov 03, 2009    Apr 01, 2010    May 04, 2010 

Malaysia PRCBs (A-557-813):  Jul 02, 2003    Jan 26, 2004    Jun 18, 2004    Aug 09, 2004 

Taiwan PRCBs (A-583-843):  Apr 27, 2009    Oct 27, 2009    Mar 26, 2010    May 04, 2010 

Thailand PRCBs (A-549-821):  Jul 02, 2003    Jan 26, 2004    Jun 18, 2004    Aug 09, 2004 

Vietnam PRCBs (C-552-805):  Apr 17, 2009    Sep 04, 2009    Apr 01, 2010    May 04, 2010 

Vietnam PRCBs (A-552-806): Apr 27, 2009    Nov 03, 2009    Apr 01, 2010    May 04, 2010 





September 2017: 

- Certain food delivery bags exempted from Scope.

- Thailand: Final Results of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review, Final Determination of No Shipments; 2015-2016

May 2017:  

Malaysia: Final Results of Antidumping Duty Administrative Review; 2015-2016



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