US Extends Investigations into Vietnamese Wooden Cabinets

The Government News on June 13 quoted the Ministry of Industry and Trade as reporting that the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) has decided to extend the deadline it had set on final conclusion of its investigation of the product scope of wooden cabinets imported from Vietnam.

Worker in Vietnam wooden factory/img: vneconomy

Accordingly, the final conclusion will be issued by July 15, 2024.

The DOC also decided to extend the deadline to issue preliminary and final conclusions of its investigations into alleged circumvention of trade defense tax evasion of Vietnamese wooden cabinets until July 27 and October 28, 2024.

In September 2023, the DOC issued an investigation notice to adjust the preliminary conclusion that it issued in March 2023, which listed three cases of wooden cabinets imported from Vietnam, which have suspected components made in China.

Since April 2020, the US has imposed anti-dumping and subsidy duties on wooden cabinets originating from China, with anti-dumping duties ranging from 4.37 % to 262.18 % and anti-subsidy duties ranging from 13.33 % to 293.45 %.

Source: vneconomy



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