New measures have been implemented against the ineffectiveness of anti-dumping measures in textile imports from Bosnia and Herzegovina and North Macedonia.
The statement on preventing unfair competition in imports, prepared by the Ministry of Commerce, was published in the Official Gazette and entered into force.
Accordingly, it was determined that the anti-dumping measures in force in Bosnia and Herzegovina and North Macedonia had been rendered ineffective by some textile exporters.
As a result of the investigation conducted by the Ministry of Commerce, Directorate General of Imports, it was decided to apply 21.13 to 42.44 percent of the CIF price (Cost of Goods, Insurance and Freight) to prevent unfair competition in imports.
On the other hand, CIF duties of 44 percent will be applied to imports of synthetic fibers and other woven fabrics from North Macedonia.
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