Certain Aluminium Extrusions exported from the People's Republic of China

 

The Anti-Dumping Review Panel received applications from Capral Limited, Opal (Macao Offshore Commercial) Limited and PanAsia Aluminium (China) Limited, under the Customs Act 1901, for a review of a decision by the Minister for Industry and Science to alter a dumping duty notice and a countervailing duty notice, following an anti-circumvention inquiry.

Under subsection 269ZZK(1) of the Customs Act 1901, the Anti-Dumping Review Panel is required to make a report to the Minister for Industry and Science on the application, recommending that the Minister either affirm the reviewable decision or revoke the reviewable decision and substitute a specified new decision.

 NON-CONFIDENTIAL CORRESPONDENCE

 ADC INVITATION TO COMMENT LETTER - 4 May 2015

SUBMISSIONS

CAPRAL - 11 May 2015

OPAL - 10 May 2015

PANASIA - 10 May 2015

SUCCESS ALUMINIUM - 8 May 2015

PROTECTOR ALUMINIUM - 7 May 2015

APPLICATIONS TO THE ADRP

CAPRAL -  23 March 2015

OPAL - 23 March 2015

PANASIA - 23 March 2015

PUBLIC NOTICES

Intention to conduct a review of a decision by the Minister for Industry and Science - 10 April 2015

Decision of the Parliamentary Secretary - 30 June 2015

ADRP Report 21 - 9 June 2015

 

 

 

 

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