Vietnamese cement dumping reportedly continues in spite of safeguard duty in the Philippines

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Philippines: The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) has launched a probe into the possible imposition of a new anti-dumping duty on imports of cement from Vietnam. The Philippine Star newspaper has reported that Vietnamese cement continues to enter the Philippine market at allegedly dumped prices despite the DTI’s safeguard measures on the product. The DTI is authorised to investigate where prices are believed to be harmful to the domestic industry. Cemex Philippines, Holcim Philippines and Republic Cement have applied for a probe.

Last modified on 28 April 2021

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