The International Trade Commission and Department of Commerce have issued a correction to its anti-dumping duty order on certain new pneumatic off-the-road tires from India to explain that Balkrishna Industries Limited (BKT) is partially excluded from the anti-dumping duty order, according to the Federal Register.
The DOC said it inadvertently omitted a statement about BKT’s partial exclusion in the original order.
The DOC originally calculated a weighted-average anti-dumping duty margin of 0% for BKT in its final determination; the margin remained the same in the amended final determination, making BKT partially excluded from the anti-dumping duty order.
“Because the Department calculated a weighted-average anti-dumping duty margin of 0% for BKT in the Final Determination, which was unchanged in the amended final determination, BKT is partially excluded from the anti-dumping duty order,” the correction states. “Therefore, we are correcting the anti-dumping duty order to specify that merchandise produced and exported by BKT is excluded from the order. This exclusion does not apply to merchandise produced by BKT and exported by any other company or merchandise produced by any other company and exported by BKT. Resellers of merchandise produced by BKT, are also not entitled to this exclusion.”