The CITT is conducting an expiry review of seamless carbon or alloy steel oil and gas well casing. The CBSA has determined that expiry of the previous order is likely to result in continued dumping and/or subsidizing of the goods.
July 26th, by Dimana Todorova On 26 March 2018, the European Commission opened a safeguard investigation on imports of a number of steel products into the EU. The Commission’s steel import monitoring system has provided evidence that imports of certain steel products have increased. This trend may be even stronger as access to the US […]
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The CITT has given notice that it will pursuant to section 76.03(3) of the Special Import Measures Act initiate an expiry review of its order made August 19, 2013, concerning the dumping and subsidizing of carbon steel welded pipe. The CBSA is conducting its own investigation into whether dumping is likely to continue should the order expire.
Anti-Dumping Alert: Carbon Steel Welded Pipe 3: Dumping (Pakistan, Philippines, Turkey, and Vietnam)
On July 20, 2018, the CBSA initiated an investigation respecting the alleged dumping of certain carbon steel welded pipe from Pakistan, the Philippines, Turkey and Vietnam. The investigation follows a complaint filed by Novamerican Steel Inc. The CITT has also commenced its own preliminary injury inquiry.
Canada has recently accepted requests from Argentina, Chile, the European Union, New Zealand and the United States to join in the consultations regarding the dispute launched by Australia over the measures governing the sale of wine. This is the third similar case against Canada currently ongoing at the WTO.
Russia and Argentina has recently asked to join the consultations in the WTO matter begun by Canada against the United States. Canada has alleged 6 main areas in which the United States is not complying with its treaty obligations. This dispute is still in consultations.
DS534: United States — Anti-Dumping Measures Applying Differential Pricing Methodology to Softwood Lumber from Canada
The Director-General has recently composed the panel in the WTO case brought by Canada regarding the anti-dumping measures applying Differential Pricing Methodology to softwood lumber from Canada.
The Panel has been composed by the Director General on July 6, 2018.
This is pursuant to Canada’ request for consultations with the United States concerning certain countervailing measures with respect to softwood lumber products from Canada.
This is the second request for consultations by the United States with Canada concerning the sale of wine on grocery stores. The Dispute Settlement Board has recently deferred the establishment of a panel.
The Panel has now been formed in the dispute between Brazil and Canada with respect to measures concerning trade in commercial aircraft. Even with the Panel formed, the final report is not expected until the second half of 2019.