Turkey: Turkey Removes Anti-dumping Duty on U.S. Cotton

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   TU2021-0021

On April 16, 2021, the Government of Turkey (GoT) removed the three percent anti-dumping duty on U.S. cotton. GoT imposed this duty on U.S. cotton imports in 2016 for five years after the conclusion of their anti-dumping investigation. Industry sources expect a slight increase in market share for U.S. cotton in the Turkish market because of the removal of the duty.

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