UAE: Anti-dumping duties, ceramic pavers and tiles

Anti-dumping duties imposed with regard to Gulf Cooperation Council imports of ceramic pavers and tiles

Anti-dumping duties imposed with regard to GCC imports of ceramic pavers and tiles

Dubai Customs released Notice no. 10/2021 (6 July 2021) regarding anti-dumping duties imposed with regard to Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) imports of ceramic pavers and hearth, floor or wall tiles originating in or exported from India and China.

The rules are effective 1 July 2021.

Companies importing ceramic pavers and hearth, floor or wall tiles either originating in or exported from India and China must now supply a declaration form and specify the amount of anti-dumping duties payable.

  • The duties are based on percentages ranging between 23.5% and 106%.
  • The form must be submitted at the time of customs clearance, and anti-dumping duties are payable through customs systems.
  • The anti-dumping duty measures are applicable for five years, effective from 6 June 2020.

Read a July 2021 report prepared by the KPMG member firm in the United Arab Emirates.


For more information, contact KPMG’s Trade & Customs global practice leader:

Doug Zuvich | +1 312 665 1022 | dzuvich@kpmg.com 

 

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