Ukraine Octg Suspension Agreement

As noted above, the underlying investigation continued in this proceeding, in accordance with section 734 (g) of the Act. The trade was positively concluded and the ITC found significant harm. [15] Therefore, following the denunciation of the agreement and the final findings of trade and ITC, the trade issues an AD warrant pursuant to Section 735 (c) (2) of the Act and will order the CBP (U.S. Customs and Border Regulations) to suspend the liquidation of goods deposits introduced or removed from the warehouse on July 10. , 2019. These instructions for the suspension of liquidation remain in effect until further notice. On September 10, 2018, Commerce began an administrative review of the agreement for the period from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018. [14] As the agreement expires on July 10, 2019, there is no longer agreement on the implementation of an administrative review. As a result, the trade resigns from the administrative review of the agreement effective on the date of denunciation of the agreement, July 10, 2019. On 10 July 2019, the agreement to suspend the investigation into anti-dumping duties on certain products originating in Ukraine from certain oil-rich countries (hereafter the agreement) is closed.

As a result, the Ministry of Commerce (Commerce) adopts an anti-dumping duty (AD) on certain piping products originating in the oil country (OCTG) of Ukraine. Commerce manages the suspension of liquidation and the recovery of cash deposits on July 10, 2019. In addition, Trade is conducting an administrative review of the agreement. This agreement expires five years after this agreement enters into force on July 10, 2019. At the time, if the investigation into anti-dumping duties on OCTGs from Ukraine continued and led to positive conclusions, as mentioned in paragraphs 735 A) and b) (1) of the Law, respectively by the Department and the International Trade Commission, the Department issued an anti-dumping warrant and ordered the suspension of the liquidation of OCTG entries from Ukraine. section 735 (c). [13] The U.S. Department of Commerce and Interpipe signed the agreement on July 10, 2014. Its terms provided that the agreement expires on July 10, 2017. At Interpipe`s request, the contract was extended until July 10, 2018, and then until July 10, 2019. On February 6, 2020, the United States and Korea informed the DSH of the procedures agreed pursuant to Articles 21 and 22 dSU (sequencing agreement).