Summary: Vietnam's Ministry of Industry and Trade (MOIT) embarks on an end-of-term review of anti-dumping measures on cold-rolled stainless steel products from Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, and China. This intricate symphony of trade regulations is orchestrated with precision, marked by HS codes defining distinct steel products. The review, extended from a 2014 inception, showcases Vietnam's commitment to fair trade and harmonizing global commerce.Vietnam's Harmonious Trade EndeavorVietnam initiates an end-of-term review of anti-dumping measures on cold-rolled stainless steel products from several nations, highlighting its commitment to equitable trade.A Symphony of Anti-Dumping MeasuresThe MOIT orchestrates an intricate review involving cold-rolled stainless steel products from Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, and China, emphasizing fair trade practices.Melodic DetailsHS codes such as 7219.32.00, 7219.33.00, and 7220.20.90 define the distinct steel products under scrutiny, akin to musical notes composing the rhythm of trade.A Punctual CrescendoThe review demands punctuality, with a deadline set for August 28, 2023. This meticulous arrangement of legal instruments resonates in the corridors of trade.An Extended SagaThis symphony of trade measures began in October 2014, an ode to fair trade. Its melody extended for an additional five years from October 2019, harmonizing trade imbalances.