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Update: Re-imposition of anti-dumping duties on galvanised wire from Malaysia; and goods currently subject to anti-dumping duties

On 16 December 2020, the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (Minister) gave notice re-imposing anti-dumping duty with revised rates set out in the Second Schedule to the gazette notice which is available online.


On 16 December 2020, the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs (Minister) gave notice re-imposing anti-dumping duty with revised rates set out in the Second Schedule to the gazette notice which is now available online.

The effective date of the anti-dumping duty is 17 December 2020. The duty will remain in force for five years from 17 December 2020.

Copies of the Non-Confidential version of the Final Report and Customs Instructions can be found via:
https://www.mbie.govt.nz/business-and-employment/business/trade-and-tariffs/trade-remedies/trade-remedy-investigations/ and
https://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 Malaysia (re-imposed from 17 December 2020)
• Galvanised wire from China (provisional measures)
• Preserved peaches from Spain
• Canned peaches from Greece (currently subject to review)
• Canned peaches from South Africa

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 TradeRemedies@mbie.govt.nz.