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On April 8 2005 the Mexican Ministry of the Economy published in the Official Gazette the final determination of the anti-dumping investigation of stearic acid imports from the United States. After analyzing the available information and the information filed by exporters, the ministry decided to impose duties that range from 5.18% to 36.51%.
The Mexican Ministry of the Economy has published the final determination of the anti-dumping investigation of imports of hydrogenated tallow fatty acid from the United States. The ministry decided to impose duties of 23.29% on products exported by Procter & Gamble and the other companies involved, apart from Cognis Corporation.
The December 24 2004 edition of the Official Gazette contained a Ministry of Economy notice of anti-dumping duty orders that will be revoked during 2005 in the absence of a sunset review. Among other things, the orders concerned beef from the United States, steel pipe from Japan and denim from Hong Kong.
Almost 11 years after the North American Free Trade Agreement entered into force, Mexico, Canada and the United States decided to review the operation and success of the Chapter 19 dispute settlement mechanism. A working group from the three countries has discussed how to improve the mechanism, especially with regard to rules of procedure and the designation of panellists.
The Ministry of Economy has published the preliminary determination of the anti-dumping investigation on imports of newsprint from the United States and Canada. Among other things, the ministry has imposed a preliminary duty of 5.51% on certain imports.
The Ministry of Economy recently published its preliminary determination in an anti-dumping investigation into imports of stearic acid from the United States. It has decided to continue the investigation, and has imposed preliminary anti-dumping duties ranging from 20.84% to 103.59%.