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The Canada Border Services Agency announced on April 26, 2018 several changes to its conduct of trade-remedy investigations. Some of these changes do not appear to favor either petitioners or respondents, but could instead be useful to either side. That description seems to apply to the amendments affecting scope proceedings (i.e., a determination as to whether certain goods fall within the scope of an existing anti-dumping and/or countervailing measure), anti-circumvention investigations (i.e., a determination as to whether the circumvention of an existing anti-dumping and/or countervailing measure is occurring), and amendments allowing the the CBSA to disregard certain sales when determining normal values in a dumping investigation (i.e., any sales of like goods for use in the country of export that do not permit a proper comparison with the sale of the goods to the importer in Canada due to the existence of a particular market situation).
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