Govt imposes anti-dumping duty on Bangladesh, Nepal jute products

The Government of India has imposed an anti-dumping duty ranging from 6.30 US dollars to 351.72 US dollars per tonne on imports of jute and its products from Bangladesh and Nepal. This anti-dumping duty has been imposed in order to protect the domestic industry. The duty has been imposed for five years.

It further added the import restrictive levy has been imposed on jute yarn, twine, Hessian fabric and jute sacking bags in all forms and specifications. 

So, let’s discuss some questions related to this post:

Q1. Name the Countries, which gets the anti-dumping duty imposed by the Government of India, recently?
Ans1. Bangladesh and Nepal 

Source-The Hindu


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