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Submissions

The Anti-Dumping Commission (Commission) publishes non-confidential submissions to its inquiries on its Electronic Public Record (EPR), in order to comply with the publication requirements of section 269ZJ of the Customs Act 1901 (Cth) (the Act). Submissions are supplied to the Commission by interested parties. The Commission does not warrant as to the accuracy of the information contained in the published submissions. Published submissions do not necessarily represent the views of the Commission and are not endorsed by the Commission.

It is requested that interested parties ensure their submissions do not contain Personal Information within the meaning of the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), which is available to view on the Comlaw website.

Should the EPR contain confidential information, Personal Information or other information that is adverse to that viewer’s business or commercial interests, the viewer should notify the Commission of their concerns by email at clientsupport@adcommission.gov.au.

Confidentiality

Submissions published on the EPR marked non-confidential will remain on the EPR indefinitely as public documents.

The Commission does not want you to, and you should not, send any confidential information to the Commission unless it is marked confidential. By providing information to the Commission marked as non-confidential, the Commission will not consider the information confidential and the Commission will not be held responsible for the disclosure of this information.

We will treat your information as confidential information if:

  • you clearly identify the information as confidential; and
  • the Commissioner of the Anti-Dumping Commission is satisfied that the information has the necessary quality of confidence.

Without limiting the discretion of the Commissioner under section 269ZJ of the Act, information will have a quality of confidence if the information is significant information which is private and not already in the public domain.