When a continuation inquiry is being conducted, interested parties are invited to provide submissions. Submission must be submitted within 40 days of the date of publication of the notice of the inquiry. The Anti-Dumping Commission is not required to take into account submissions received after that period if doing so would prevent the timely preparation of a statement of essential facts (SEF).
Non-confidential versions of submissions must be provided for placement on the public record.
A document providing more information regarding How to Make a Submission is available on the Cases and Electronic Public Record page.
Copies of the non-confidential application and non-confidential submissions will be placed on the public record. Interested parties will be able to access the Electronic Public Record and take copies.