Update: Imposition of provisional anti-dumping duties on galvanised wire from China and goods currently subject to anti-dumping duties
On 21 November 2020, the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (Minister) made determinations for Step 1 of the current investigation of dumping of galvanised wire from China and Indonesia.
The Minister terminated the investigation in relation to imports from Indonesia and from two Chinese suppliers. The Gazette notice for these determinations is at gazette.govt.nz/notice/id/2020-go5375.
These decisions affect the imposition of provisional duties which were the subject of an earlier notice of 26 August 2020, and a revision to the Customs Instructions has been prepared to reflect the termination of the investigation in regard to the two Chinese suppliers.
The effective date of the provisional anti-dumping duty was 26 August 2020. The provisional duty on the remaining suppliers will remain in force until the end of the investigation, which is likely to be in mid-March 2021.
Copies of the Non-Confidential version of the Step 1 Final Report and Customs Instructions Rev 1 can be found via:
- www.mbie.govt.nz/assets/galvanised-wire-from-china-mbie-ad-i-2020-002.pdf and through www.mbie.govt.nz/business-and-employment/business/trade-and-tariffs/trade-remedies/imported-goods-subject-to-anti-dumping-and-countervailing-duties/
Update on goods currently subject to anti-dumping duties:
- Galvanised wire from China (provisional measure)
- Preserved peaches from Spain
- Canned peaches from Greece
- Canned peaches from South Africa
- Galvanised wire from Malaysia
There are currently no goods subject to countervailing action.
More information is available on MBIE’s website or on request from the MBIE’s Trade Remedies Team at email@example.com.