Summary: In Indonesia's vigilant pursuit of fair trade, the initiation of the third sunset review on hot rolled plates from China, Singapore, and Ukraine unfolds. Prompted by PT Krakatau Posco's request, the Indonesian Anti Dumping Committee examines these metallic giants under HS codes 7208.51.00 and 7208.52.00. Amidst shifting AD duty rates, China's stands at 10.47%, Singapore's at 12.5%, and Ukraine's at 12.33%. As imports surge by 433% compared to the prior year, Indonesia's economic vigilance resonates, steering through the complex currents of global trade.Economic Vigilance: Unfolding the Sunset Review In the world of trade, Indonesia's vigilant stance shines as it launches the third sunset review on hot rolled plates from China, Singapore, and Ukraine. PT Krakatau Posco's request triggers this scrutiny, revealing diligence and sagacity.Analytical Microscope: Unveiling Hot Rolled Plate Dynamics Under HS codes 7208.51.00 and 7208.52.00, the Indonesian Anti Dumping Committee examines these products. An AD duty saga, birthed in 2012, continues as the curtain of Anti-Dumping duties is drawn upon these plates from the trio of nations.Evolving Rates: AD Duties in the Spotlight China, Singapore, and Ukraine stand as protagonists, each marked by distinct AD duty rates. Against China's imports, the rate remains at 10.47%, symbolizing fiscal prudence. Singapore and Ukraine follow suit with 12.5% and 12.33% respectively.Import Surges: A Shifting Tapestry Amid the unfolding narrative, the first half of the year unveils import statistics. Imports from these nations to Indonesia total 190,220 tonnes, a significant 52% of the whole, witnessing a remarkable 433% surge compared to the previous year.