The Anti-Dumping Commission (“ADC”) has completed its inquiry into the alleged anti-circumvention activity of five importers (“Importers”) of aluminium extrusions exported by Pan Asia (“Goods”), which have allegedly avoided the intended effect of the duty imposed on certain aluminium extrusions imported from China.
The findings set out in the ADC’s Final Report (“Report”), include that:
- goods subject to dumping and countervailing duties were exported to Australia from a country to which the notice applied; and
- the Importers sold the Goods in Australia without increasing the price commensurate with the amount of the duty payable under the Dumping Duty Act (by way of selling the goods at a loss). More…