Inter-Ministerial Commission on International Trade made a decision to impose anti-dumping duties toward import of cement clinkers and Portland cement from Russia, Belarus and Moldova to Ukraine as Economic Development and Trade Ministry of Ukraine reported.
The ministry noted that the commission established the presence of damping import from these countries during 2015-2018. Besides, the shares of import of cement clinkers and Portland cement from Russia, Belarus and Moldova in the total volume of the importance of these goods to Ukraine were growing constantly during the whole period of research and it shows the intention of the further increase of the volume of damping import from these countries.
“Accordingly, the Inter-Ministerial Commission on International Trade made a decision on the implementation of the anti-dumping duty in the volume of 114,95% for goods from Russia; 57,03% for the goods from Belarus and 94,46% for the goods from Moldova,” the message said.
According to the commission, the duties will be taken for five years.
Earlier the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine imposed new sanctions against Russia. New items were added to the list of banned Russian goods. Duties on all Russian goods were imposed. As Ukraine’s PM Volodymyr Groysman noted, the list was expanded with those goods which are also produced in Ukraine or there is a possibility to replace them.