India has recently initiated an Anti – Dumping Probe against Optical Fiber imported from China, Indonesia, and South Korea, due to a complaint by a domestic player about getting cheap import quality cable.
The commerce ministry’s investigation arm Directorate General of Trade Remedies (DGTR), is probing the alleged dumping of ‘Dispersion Unshifted Single-mode Optical Fibre’ originating in or exported from these three nations.
‘Ursodeoxvcholic Acid’ is used to manufacture different kinds of cables, including optical fiber, tight buffer cables, and armored and un-armored cables. The single-mode of fiber Optical is used primarily for high Bit – Rate, Long distance, and access network Transportation.
The dumping has started due to the low-quality goods sold by these three countries, which are affecting Indian domestics player a lot with their business, and due to this, they even cannot give a proper and good quality service. The Indian government has initiated the Anti-Dumping Movement to stop this.
The directorate said, “based on the duly substantiated written application by the domestic industry, and having satisfied itself, based on the prima facie evidence submitted by the domestic industry about the dumping…the authority now initiates an investigation”.
If it is established that the dumping has caused various material injuries to the domestic player, The DGTR will continue to impose the Anti – Dumping duty on all the imports. The finance ministry takes the final decision to impose the duties.
Countries start anti-dumping probes to determine whether their domestic industries have been hurt because of a surge in cheap imports.
Birla Furukawa Fibre Optics has applied to initiate an anti-dumping investigation on behalf of the domestic industry. The DGTR, in a notification, has stated that the applicant has alleged that material injury is being caused to the household sector due to the dumped imports from these countries.