Grinding Balls exported from the People's Republic of China

The Anti-Dumping Review Panel (Panel) has accepted an application from Commonwealth Steel Company Pty Ltd (trading as Moly-Cop Mining Consumables – Waratah Steel Mill) for a review of the decision by the Commissioner of the Anti-Dumping Commission to terminate part of a countervailing investigation in respect of Grinding Balls exported to Australia from the People’s Republic of China (the Reviewable Decision).

The Reviewable Decision was published on the Anti-Dumping Commission (ADC) website on 6 June 2016. 

Under subsection 269ZZT(1) of the Customs Act 1901, the Panel must make a decision on the application by affirming the Reviewable Decision or revoking the Reviewable Decision.  The decision of the Panel will be published on this website.


Request for Documents to ADC  -- 14 July 2016

ADC Response to Request for Information - Letter - Published 9 September 2016

ADC Response to Request for Information - Attachment A - Published 9 September 2016

Public Notices

Public Notice - Intention to Conduct a Review  - 14 July 2016


Moly-Cop Mining Consumables – Waratah Steel Mill - 6 July 2016

Conference Notes

Conference Summary - Published 9 September 2016

ADRP Report

ADRP Report No. 41 - Published 12 September 2016

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