The Australian Anti-Dumping Commission has initiated a review of anti-dumping duties affecting Chinese exporters of certain galvanized flat steel products
The Australian Anti-Dumping Commission has initiated a review of anti-dumping duties affecting Chinese exporters of certain galvanized flat steel products.
The case was opened following a request from China’s Shandong Guanzhou Dingxin Plate Technology made last month, the commission said in a notice on Tuesday May 16. Currently, Australia has anti-dumping duties in place for both alloy and non-alloy galvanized flat steel imports from China and Taiwan.
The same measures, which were first imposed in August 2013, have become the subject of reviews pursued by other exporters, such as China’s Yieh Phui Technomaterials and Taiwan’s Chung Hung Steel.
After concluding the review, the commission will make a recommendation to the parliamentary secretary to Australia’s minister for industry, innovation and science as to whether the anti-dumping duties should remain unchanged or be changed.
The recommendation will be made by July 26.
“If recommending to the parliamentary secretary that different variable factors be applied to the applicant, I may propose a change in the method to determine the interim dumping duty and the interim countervailing duty payable,” commissioner Dale Seymour said.
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