The US Department of Commerce has issued final countervailing duties (CVD) for utility-scale wind towers from Malaysia.
In a notification on Jul 28, Commerce noted that an investigation revealed some Malaysian producers received unfair subsidies for the subject merchandise exported to the US.
Commerce has therefore imposed a final CVD of 6.42pc on CS Wind Malaysia and all others.
Commerce has instructed Custom Border Protection (CBP) to liquidate, without regard to CVD, unliquidated entries of wind towers from Malaysia entered, or withdrawn after July 22, 2021. CBP is also instructed to restart the suspension of liquidation following the publishing of ITC’s final determination in the Federal Register.
The material includes products falling under the US Harmonized Tariff Schedule’s subheadings 7308.20.0020 or 8502.31.0000.