Reviewable Decisions

The Anti-Dumping Review Panel (ADRP) reviews certain decisions made by the Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science and the Commissioner of the Anti-Dumping Commission.

Decisions of the Minister that are reviewed:

    • To publish a dumping duty notice or to publish a countervailing duty notice;
    • To not to publish a dumping duty notice or to not to publish a countervailing duty notice;
    • To publish a notice that the anti-dumping measures are to remain unaltered or to alter or revoke existing anti-dumping measures following a review of anti-dumping measures;
    • To secure the continuation of anti-dumping measures or not to secure the continuation of anti-dumping measures following a continuation inquiry;
    • To alter or not alter a dumping duty notice or a countervailing duty notice following an anti-circumvention inquiry.

Decisions of the Commissioner that are reviewed:

    • To reject an application for dumping or countervailing measures;
    • To terminate an investigation into an application for dumping or countervailing measures;
    •  To reject or terminate the examination of an application for a duty assessment;
    • To recommend to the Minister the refund of an amount of interim duty less than the amount contended in an application for duty assessment, or waiver of an amount over the amount of interim duty paid.

See Key Legislation and Legal Framework for more information about the legal framework relevant to the ADRP's work.

Information about how the ADRP conducts its reviews is set out in the Review Process section.

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