The main ferroalloy enterprises of Ukraine currently do not supply ferrosilicomanganese to the countries of the Customs Union and will not take part in the one held by the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) re-investigation regarding the import of this type of ferroalloys.
“Ferroalloy plants of Ukraine currently do not supply ferrosilicomanganese to the countries of the Customs Union, including Russia. Ukrainian plants will not take part in the re-investigation, "Serhiy Kudryavtsev, executive director of the Ukrainian Association of Ferroalloy Producers UkrFA, told Interfax-Ukraine on Wednesday.
As reported, the EEC is re-investigating the import of ferrosilicomanganese produced in Ukraine, extending for this period - until June 24, 2022 inclusive - the existing anti-dumping duty in the amount of 26.35% of the customs value.
The current measure was supposed to be applied until October 27, 2021, however, the EEC Internal Market Protection Department received an application for a repeated anti-dumping investigation, which was opened on June 25 of this year and should be completed within 12 months from the date of its start.
In addition, it was reported that by the decision of the EEC Board dated June 2, 2016 No. 58, an anti-dumping duty was established against ferrosilicomanganese from Ukraine at the rate of 26.35% of the customs value. The initiator of the investigation was OJSC Chelyabinsk Electrometallurgical Plant (ChEMK, RF), which produces ferroalloys. The Ukrainian side cooperated in good faith with the EEC in the framework of the investigation. The submitted documents confirmed the absence of damage to the EAEU producers.