Shanghai Petrochemical Wins India's Acrylic Anti-Dumping Case

- May 04, 2018-

Under Shanghai Petrochemical’s full and well-documented full response, on the 19th, an Indian government fixed the “acrylic anti-dumping case” in China. The government will terminate the investigation. All Chinese companies exporting acrylic products to India will not be required to pay anti-dumping. tax.

In early May last year, multiple news broke out that India will carry out anti-dumping investigations on Chinese-origin acrylic products. Based on a clear judgment of the international trade situation in recent years, the leadership of Shanghai Petrochemical quickly made a decision, designated the company's sales center to lead the Jinmao company and related departments, set up the Shanghai Petrochemical acrylic anti-dumping response team, and fully respond to the investigation. The working group immediately took action and completed the registration of the respondent before the deadline of May 10.

Since the Indian government does not recognize China’s market economy status, it means that responding to the work faced great difficulties and variables. However, the members of the working group did not shrink back. They were prepared to respond to the good state of mind that “even if they did not win, they must also accumulate experience”.

Under the coordination and coordination of the company's sales center, all work was carried out in an orderly manner: access to attorneys, provision of ERP lists and financial vouchers for the products involved, submission of technical documents and materials, and the conduct of outreach work with survey agencies. After hard work, within the 40-day period required by the announcement, Shanghai Petrochemical submitted all the questionnaires and materials for responding to provide lawyers with sufficient "ammunition" to win the "counterattack".

After nearly a year of trials, the case finally ruled that: Shanghai Sinopec's acrylic fiber products exported to India were of “high quality and high price” and did not cause damage to the domestic acrylic fiber industry. Anti-dumping was not established and the investigation was terminated.