SynopsisMexico's Ministry of Economy has initiated the fourth anti-dumping sunset review on ferrosilicomanganese from Ukraine, prompted by a request from domestic company Compañía Minera Autlán. This review covers the period from July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2023. Additionally, an independent interim review investigation has been initiated. The product in question is classified under HS code 7202.30.01, and the existing AD measures will remain in effect throughout the investigation.ArticleMexico's Ministry of Economy (SE) has taken a significant step by announcing the commencement of the fourth anti-dumping (AD) sunset review concerning ferrosilicomanganese originating from Ukraine. This action follows an application submitted by Compañía Minera Autlán, a domestic company, and encompasses a review period spanning from July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2023.In addition to the AD sunset review, the SE has also opted to initiate an independent interim review investigation focused on the subject products. The product under scrutiny falls under HS code 7202.30.01.The investigation period for this review extends from July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2023, while the injury investigation period encompasses July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2023. It's essential to note that the existing AD measures will remain in force during the course of this investigation.ConclusionMexico's decision to launch an AD sunset review on Ukrainian ferrosilicomanganese underscores the importance of fair trade practices in the global steel industry. As the review progresses, it will be essential to assess the potential impact on trade dynamics between Mexico and Ukraine. The existing AD measures will continue to be a relevant factor in this process.