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New dumping Investigations on polyvinyl chloride electric cables from the PRC

Another day’s happy scouring of ‘The Australian’ newspaper on 6 November 2014 unearthed a Notice from the Anti – Dumping Commission (“ADC”) announcing the commencement of a new Investigation.

In this case the Notice refers to the Investigation relating to “certain polyvinyl chloride electric flat electric cables exported from the PRC”.  The Notice further identifies the cables ad being suitable for connection to the mains within a certain voltage range and complying with AS/NZ 5000.2, whether fitted with connectors or not”.  The Notice also refers to the cables coming with tariff subheading 8544.49.20 (statistical code 41) and draws attention to a fuller description of the cables in ADN 2014/118 and the corresponding Consideration Report issued by the ADC. More…