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Miscellaneous Canadian and Latin American AD/CV Actions on Chinese Products

Brazil Renews AD Duty Order on Magnesium Ingot. Brazil has extended for an additional five years the AD duty order on magnesium ingot classified under NCM 8104.11.00 and 8104.19.00 from mainland China. In place since December 2009, this AD duty order currently imposes duties of US$1.18 per kilogramme on subject merchandise.

Brazil Issues Preliminary Affirmative Determination in AD Sunset Review of Footwear. SECEX has preliminarily determined that revoking the existing AD duty order on mainland Chinese footwear classified under NCM 6402 to 6405, except subheadings 6402.20.00, 6402.12.00, 6403.12.00 and 6403.20.00, would be likely to lead to continuation or recurrence of dumping and material injury within a reasonably foreseeable time. SECEX is therefore recommending the renewal of this order without any change to the current AD measures.

Argentina Renews AD Duty Orders on Water Pumps, Dishware and Electrical Connections. Argentina has renewed for an additional five years the AD duty orders on certain mainland Chinese (1) water/liquid refrigerant pumps classified under NCM 8413.30.90; (2) dishware, loose articles of dishware, dinner services, and coffee and tea services and accessories classified under NCM 6911.10.10, 6911.10.90, 6911.90.00 and 6912.00.00; and (3) electrical connection terminals for cable diameters of up to 35 mm2 classified under NCM 8536.10.00, 8536.50.90 and 8536.90.90. Argentina has also amended the AD measures in place from an AD duty of 287 percent to an AD duty of 246 percent in the case of water/liquid refrigerant pumps, from a minimum FOB export price of US$4.65/kg to a minimum FOB export price of US$3.71/kg in the case of dishware, and from an AD duty of 873.81 percent to an AD duty of 208 percent in the case of electrical connections.

Argentina Launches Anti-Circumvention Review of Certain Mosaics. Argentina has initiated a proceeding to determine whether imports of Venetian mosaics classified under NCM 7016.10.00.100M and declared as originating in Malaysia are circumventing the AD duty order on certain ceramic, marble and glass tiles and similar products classified under NCM 6802.10.00, 6802.91.00, 6907.10.00, 6907.90.00, 6908.10.00, 6908.90.00, 7016.10.00 and 7016.90.00 from mainland China.

Colombia Issues Preliminary Determination in AD Probe of Footwear. Colombia has decided to move to the final phase of its AD investigation of certain mainland Chinese footwear with leather, synthetic or textile uppers classified under HTSCO 6402.19.00, 6402.20.00, 6402.91.00, 6402.99.10, 6402.99.90, 6405.90.00, 6404.11.10, 6404.11.20, 6404.19.00, 6404.20.00, 6405.20.00, 6403.19.00, 6403.20.00, 6403.40.00, 6403.51.00, 6403.59.00, 6403.91.10, 6403.91.90, 6403.99.10, 6403.99.90 and 6405.10.00 without the imposition of any provisional measures.

Canada Begins Review of AD Duty Order on Copper Pipe Fittings. The Canada Border Services Agency has initiated a re-investigation of the normal values, export prices and amounts of subsidy of certain mainland Chinese copper pipe fittings classified under HTSCA 7412.10.0011, 7412.10.0019, 7412.10.0090, 7412.20.0011, 7412.20.0012, 7412.20.0019 and 7412.20.0090. Normal values established during this re-investigation will be effective for the subject goods released from the CBSA on or after the date of conclusion of the re-investigation. Normal values and amounts of subsidy currently in place will expire on that date. In addition, the normal values and amounts of subsidy determined as a result of the re-investigation will be applied to any entries of subject goods under appeal that have yet to be re-determined at the time of the conclusion of this re-investigation.

Exporters that wish to participate in this re-investigation are required to provide a complete and accurate submission by 26 October. An exporter will be considered co-operative if the requested information is submitted on time and the exporter permits verification of the data. Where an exporter of subject goods either does not provide sufficient information or permit verification of information submitted, AD duties will be assessed at a rate of 242 percent of the export price of the subject goods imported into Canada while CV duties will be assessed at a rate of 17.73 Renminbi per kilogramme.

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