MEXICO CITY — Mexico’s government on Tuesday said it would apply compensatory duties on aluminum cookware imports originating in China whose value was below a certain level.
The announcement, which would also apply if the merchandise was being sold to Mexico via third countries, was published in a statement in the government’s official gazette, and was part of the final resolution on an antidumping probe.
Duties will apply to relevant imports lower than the reference price of $10.6 per kilogram, the statement said.
Mexico previously imposed a 92.64% duty on aluminum pressure cookers from China in 2019. — Reuters