SHC issues detailed judgment in Additional Dumping Duty petitions

KARACHI: An appellate bench of High Court of Sindh has issued detailed judgment in dozens of identical petitions filed by Textile millers against Anti- Dumping Duty (ADD) which it already declared to be void and illegal vide short order dated 11-03-2021. The detailed judgment is authored by Justice Agha Faisal… Continue reading

SHC orders provisional release of consignments detained in Anti-Dumping Duty case

KARACHI: The provisional release of consignments of Export Oriented Units including Younus Textile Mills, Liberty Textile Mills and others was ordered by a custom appellate bench of High Court of Sindh. The release was subject to securing of disputed amount in the shape of Post Dated Cheques before the Nazir… Continue reading

SHC stay assessment under disputed PCT Pre-admission notice issued in petition by Oreal Ceramic Industries (Pvt) Limited

KARACHI: Pre-admission notices were issued for April 09 by a custom appellate bench of High Court of Sindh (SHC) in a petition filed by Oreal Ceramic Industries (Pvt) Limited challenging assessment of their consignment under a disputed PCT heading. Ms Dil Khurram Shaheen advocate appearing for the petitioner company submitted… Continue reading

SHC stops collection of Anti Dumping Duty

KARACHI: An appellate bench of High Court of Sindh comprising Justice Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi and Justice Zulfiqar Ahmed Khan on Friday stopped customs and other respondents from charging Anti Dumping Duty from importer of steel sheets. The bench was hearing a petition filed by Project Craft Private Limited. A counsel… Continue reading

Canada slaps anti-dumping duty on Pakistan’s steel pipe

KARACHI: The Canadian government has imposed anti-dumping duty on imports of Circular Welded Steel Pipe (CWSP) from Pakistan up to 58 percent. On July 20, 2018, the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) and Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) commenced a preliminary injury and dumping inquiry against the import of Circular… Continue reading

NTC imposes anti-dumping duty on Chinese steel bars

KARACHI: National Tariff Commission (NTC) has notified 19.15% definitive 5-year Anti-Dumping Duty (ADD) on deformed concrete reinforcing steel bars (Re-Bar) imported from China. Pakistan’s National Tariff Commission (NTC) initiated an anti-dumping investigation in Nov’16 at the behest of applications lodged by Amreli Steels Limited (ASTL), Agha Steel Industries Limited and… Continue reading

PCA Karachi makes remarkable performance

KARACHI: Gul Rehman is the best thing that ever happened to the Directorate of Post Clearance Audit (PCA) as he truly made the Directorate a watchful eye over the Customs assessment. Despite the fact PCA plays an instrumental role in securing government revenue, this directorate is the most ignored by… Continue reading

Customs detect over Rs61 million evasion of anti-dumping duty Chinese tiles

KARACHI: Pakistan Customs has detected evasion of over Rs61 million on account of levy of provisional anti-dumping duty on dumped imports of wall and floor tiles into Pakistan originating in and exported from China. According to details, an information has been received that some unscrupulous elements are misdeclaring name of… Continue reading

Customs detect evasion of anti-dumping duty on tile imports

KARACHI: Customs has detected huge evasion of anti-dumping duty, which a cartel of importers is evading on the import of tiles from China through mis-declaring the name of supplier. National Tariff commission had imposed anti-dumping duty on wall/floor tiles originating in or exported from China in the range of 5.21… Continue reading

NTC slaps anti-dumping duty on Chinese origin galvanized steel

KARACHI: The National Tariff Commission (NTC) has imposed definitive anti-dumping duty on Chinese origin galvanized steel coils/sheets in the range of 6.09-40.47 percent for a period of five years starting February 08, 2017. According to a notice issued to Pakistan Stocks Exchange (PSX) by International Steels Limited, duty would not… Continue reading