The Mexican Ministry of Economy's regulatory body for international trade Secretariat of Economy has started the sunset review of countervailing duties on imports of carbon and alloy steel pipes with longitudinal seams of circular, square, and rectangular sections from China. The country’s Official Gazette of the Federation announced on 7 March that Mexican companies Forza SPL, Pytco and Tubería Laguna have complained that the removal of duties would negatively impact domestic production. The Mexican Secretariat of Economy has determined the period of investigation should be from 1 January to 31 December 2022 and the analysis period is from 1 January 2018 to 31 December 2022. Anti-dumping measures will remain in effect during the ongoing review. The initial duties were imposed in March 2018, ranging from $ 356 to $618 per ton.Huludao City Steel Pipe Industrial - $356 per tonTianjin Huilitong Steel Tube - $506 per tonTianjin United Steel Pipe - $537 per tonTangshan Zhengyuan Pipeline, Tianjin Youfa Dezhong Steel Pipe, Tianjin Youfa Steel Pipe Group and other Chinses companies - $618 per ton The product under review is a carbon and alloy steel tubing with longitudinal seams and a circular section with an external diameter of 4-16 inches, a square section with an external diameter of 4x4 to 16x16 inches and rectangular sections from 6x4 to 12x8 inches, regardless of the wall thickness or grade of steel with which are manufactured.The products subject to the countervailing duty currently fall under customs tariff codes of 7306.19.99, 7306.30.03, 7306.30.04, 7306.30.99 and 7306.61.01.