New Delhi, Jan 10 (IEBusiness) Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR), erstwhile Directorate of Anti-Dumping & Allied Duties (DGAD), had conducted investigations on subsidies on Chinese goods and imposed countervailing and anti-subsidy duty on some products imported from China, official sources said.
The Government is aware of the findings of the 145th parliamentary committee report from Rajya Sabha which came out on July 25, 2018 wherein it was identified that the imports of the Chinese steel have increased by 8 per cent.
The DGTR has imposed anti-dumping duty in the range of USD 44.89 to USD 185.51 per MT on straight length bars and rods of alloy steel imported from China.
The anti-dumping duty is valid till October 17, 2023.
The Steel Ministry has also issued the Quality Control Orders for 53 products to prevent sub-standard steel imports from China and other nations and is closely monitoring the impact of cheap steel imported from China on the domestic industry, the sources said.