Thailand's Ministry of Commerce has announced its decision to extend the anti-dumping duty order on hot-rolled steel products from China and Malaysia for an additional five-year period. This ruling comes as a reversal of its earlier decision to revoke the imposition in March of this year. Under this ruling, the AD duty rate stands at a significant 30.91% for steel imports from China, while Malaysian imports face duty rates ranging from 23.57% to 42.51%, all based on the CIF price. It is worth noting that these duties were initially imposed in August 2011 and were intended to remain in effect for a period of five years. However, in June 2017, they were extended for another five-year term. The products affected by this AD duty order are hot-rolled flat steel, both in coils and not in coils, with a specific thickness range of 0.9 to 100mm and a width spanning from 100 to 3,200mm.