What happens when completed?

At the completion of an anti-dumping inquiry, the Minister may decide that:

(i) the original notice to impose dumping or countervailing duties remains unaltered; or

(ii) the notice to impose duties be altered.

If the Minister decides to alter the original notice, the alterations that may be made include:

  • specifying different goods to be subject to the measures;

  • specifying different countries to be subject to the measures;

  • specifying different exporters to be subject to the measures;

  • specifying different variable factors relevant to exporters that are already subject to the measures; and/or

  • specifying that other exporters are subject to the measures and that the variable factors in respect of those exporters.

The Minister's decision will be notified by public notice on the Anti-Dumping Commission website.

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