Staff writer, with CNAMalaysia has levied anti-dumping tariffs on steel exporters from Taiwan, China, South Korea and Thailand after finding that they sold their products at unfairly low prices in the Malaysian market. The Royal Malaysian Customs Department would enforce the collection of anti-dumping duties until Feb. 7, 2023, the ministry said. Exporters from Taiwan face anti-dumping tariffs of up to 14.02 percent, it added. Other Taiwanese cold-rolled stainless steel exporters would have to pay the highest 14.02 percent tariff, the ministry said. Exporters from China face anti-dumping tariffs ranging between 2.68 and 23.95 percent, companies from South Korea face duties of up to 7.27 percent and Thai exporters face tariffs of between 22.86 and 111.61 percent.
Source: Taipei Times February 11, 2018 15:56 UTC