Sayenko Kharenko's has successfully represented the Azot, Rovnoazot, Severodonetsk Union Azot, and Concern Stirol nitrogen fertilizer producers in a sunset review and interim review of anti-dumping measures applied to ammonium nitrate imported into Ukraine from the Russian Federation.
A Sayenko Kharenko press release explains that the firm’s "international trade team successfully represented Ukrainian producers of nitrogen fertilizers in the course of the whole proceeding starting from drafting the requests for the review initiation; registration of the interested parties; answering the questionnaires for the national producers and additional questionnaires; drafting commentaries to the answers to questionnaires submitted by foreign producers including requesting construction of normal value based on the fair market price of natural gas; participating in the hearings and drafting post-hearings submission, commenting the report on preliminary results of the interim review and the sunset review, etc.”
Sayenko Kharenko's team was led by Counsel Nataliya Mykolska, head of the firm’s international trade practice group, and included Associates Anzhela Makhinova and Tetyana Makukha.
Igor Golchenko, Ostchem’s Head of Legal, explained that, "this is my first experience in protecting the interests of national producers in the domestic market over the last 18 years of international anti-dumping practice. I am glad that this experience has been successful thanks to Sayenko Kharenko’s team and personally to Nataliya Mykolska. I am delighted with the fact that some Ukrainian law firms are already experienced enough to play in the 'major league' of this specific practice area.”