Mexico has introduced a temporary customs duties on imports of steel pipes from Ukraine and some countries. This is stated in the message of the Ministry of economy of Mexico, reports UNN with reference to the S&P Global.
The Ministry of economy of Mexico introduced a provisional countervailing duty on imports of seamless steel pipes from Ukraine, South Korea, Spain and India, regardless of their country of origin, reported Thursday the Ministry of economy of Mexico.
Customs duty applies to pipes with an outer diameter of 2-16 inches, regardless of wall thickness, coating or steel grade, said the Ministry in an official newspaper of the country.
Customs fees are: 131,10 dollars per ton for import from Iljin Steel Co. other exporters from South Korea 378,54 dolar per tonne for imports from Tubos Industrial and other exporters from Spain; 206,70 dollars per ton for import from India, and 170,11 dollars per ton for import from Ukraine.
Mexican pipe producer Tamsa filed a petition for the investigation of innovation, Mexican Ministry of economy.
We will remind, Ukraine has sharply increased purchases of coal abroad.