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Dumping probe on gypsum plastic board imports

Our Bureau

New Delhi , June 30

THE Designated Authority in the Commerce Ministry has initiated anti-dumping investigation into the import of gypsum plastic board from Indonesia and Thailand.

Gypsum plastic board is mainly used as partition board and false ceiling for interior of buildings. Besides providing décor, it is fireproof and an eco-friendly product.

The Authority said in an initiation notification that it had received a written petition from India Gypsum Ltd, New Delhi, the sold producer of the subject goods complaining that cheaper imported gypsum plastic boards from Thailand and Indonesia were inflicting material injury to its viability and continued production.

The period of investigation for recommending the anti-dumping levy would be from January 1, 2003 to December 2003, according to a gazetted notification issued by the Government of India.

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