(People's Daily) Vietnam's Ministry of Industry and Trade Trade Defense Bureau said that the Ministry of Industry and Trade welcomed the United States notification not to impose anti-dumping duties on the export of shrimp from Vietnam Mingfu Aquatic Group Co., Ltd.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) issued a decision that there was no evidence to conclude that Mingfu Aquatic Group AG was evading anti-dumping duties that the United States was imposing on Indian shrimp, according to the Trade Defense Agency.
this basis, CBP will review and adjust the measures promulgated on October 13, 2020 to impose anti-dumping duties on the export shrimps of Mingfu Aquatic Group CO., Ltd.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade of Viet Nam welcomes these conclusions and considers them to be a considerable and fair decision to help create a healthy competitive environment between Shrimp producers and foreign exporters in the United States by reviewing all the information and efforts of Mingfu and the parties involved in the conduct of their affairs.
Since CBP began its investigation, the Ministry of Industry and Trade has held working meetings with the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Vietnam Aquatic Processing Export Association and Mingfu Company to understand the situation and request the company to cooperate with the United States to provide comprehensive information.
Ministry of Industry and Trade also exchanged views with the U.S. side, suggesting that the U.S. side conduct an objective and transparent investigation to ensure the interests of real business enterprises.
, the Ministry of Industry and Trade will continue to exchange views with relevant U.S. agencies to find out the information and ensure the cooperative rights and interests of Vietnam's shrimp farming, processing and export industries.
ministry also recommended that domestic enterprises study, establish and implement traceability mechanisms to ensure the requirements of importing countries.