The CITT’s expiry review of a previous dumping order for aluminum extrusions is underway. File the notice of participation by August 20, 2019 to join the proceedings with the CITT. The submission of notices of representation and disclosure undertakings due on April 5, 2019 in order to join the proceedings at the CBSA.
The CITT’s expiry review of a previous dumping order for circular copper tube is underway. File the notice of participation by May 6, 2019 to join the proceedings. Contact DS Lawyers Canada LLP for more information.
The CITT’s expiry review of a previous dumping order for thermoelectric coolers is underway. File the notice of participation by April 15, 2019 to join the proceedings.
The expiry review of silicon metal is underway at the CITT. Those wishing to participate have until April 1, 2019 to file their notice of participation!
The expiry review of unitized wall modules is under way! Stay tuned for the final decision.
Canada is joined at the WTO by Japan, China, Thailand, the EU, Russia, India, Mexico and Norway in its dispute with the USA’s steel and aluminum tariffs.
Anti-Dumping Alert: Corrosion-Resistant Steel Sheet: Dumping (China, Chinese Taipei, India and South Korea)
The CBSA has concluded its investigation respecting the dumping of certain corrosion resistant steel sheet and given margins of dumping. The CITT has concluded that the dumping has caused injury to the domestic industry.
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.
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.
A WTO Dispute initiated by Canada against the People’s Republic of China regarding cellulose pulp has recently resolved, with the People’s Republic of China indicating that it has implemented the Dispute Settlement Board’s recommendation to bring the disputed measure into conformance with WTO law.