Specifically, on 7 August 2012, after 60 days from the date of initiating the investigation, the Australian Anti-Dumping Commission (ADC) has issued a notice (AD 2017/113) Use of AD measures on rolled steel wire products (HS code: 7213.91.00; 7227.90.90) imported from Indonesia, Korea and Vietnam.
As a rule, after 60 days from the initiation of the investigation, the ADC will either issue a Preliminary Affirmative Determinations (PAD) from which temporary AD measures will be applied, or status reports will be issued. Specify the reason for not submitting the PAD.
In this case, after reviewing the complaint, the information obtained and the questionnaire replies of the involved parties, the ADC found that there was insufficient evidence proving that the imported goods concerned were of three The above dumping duty in Australia and the causal link between this dumping and the substantial injury to the Australian roll wire industry have led the ADC to reject the PAD.
However, the ADC will review whether the PAD is issued prior to the publication of the Essential Data Sheet (SEF) or the material data sheet (SEF is scheduled to be issued on 25 September 2017). ).
Plaintiff is OneSteel Company. Period of dumping investigation from April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017; and the investigation phase of damage from 1/1/2013 to now.
Estimated ADC dumping margin (according to the original information): for the product under investigation from Vietnam 20.9%; from Indonesia: 29.8%; from Korea: 20.9%.
The ADC will issue a Statement of Essential Facts on 25 September 2017 and the parties will have 20 days to comment.