ANNOUNCEMENT 23 Sep 2011

In May 2011, the members of SACU updated an existing Anti-dumping duty for the first time since the start of GTA monitoring.

NUMBER OF INTERVENTIONS

1

  • 1 harmful
  • 0 neutral
  • 0 liberalising

SOURCE



International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa, Report No. 362, http://www.itac.org.za/docs/Report%20362.

South Africa Revenue Service, http://www.sars.gov.za/home.asp?pid=54521

South African Revenue Service, published in the Government Gazette No.40204 of 12 August 2016, Notice R.912: http://www.sars.gov.za/AllDocs/Embargo/Tariffs/LAPD-LSec-CE-TA-2016-35%20-%20Notice%20R912%20GG40204%20Sch2P1%2012%20August%202016.pdf

South Africa, International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa, Report No. 528 of 13 May 2016: http://www.itac.org.za/upload/document_files/20160812103907_SKM_754e16081210150.pdf


Inception date: 06 May 2011 | Removal date: 04 May 2016
Still in force

Anti-dumping

The International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa has recommended the continuation of anti-dumping duty on hexagon bolts and nuts orginating in or imported from the People's Republic of China, effective 6 May 2011. This was based on the conclusion that expiry of the anti-dumping duty will likely lead to the contiuation or recurrence of dumping and the continuation of material injury to the SACU industry.
However, the expiry of anti-dumping duties on bolts manufactured by Ningbo Jinding Piece Company Limited would not likely lead to the contiuation or recurrence of dumping.
 
On 12 August 2016, the South African Revenue Service issued the notification announcing the termination of the above anti-dumping duty on bolts and nuts of steel from China with retrospective effect from 5 May 2016. The duty was terminated following its expiry as no request had been submitted for the initiation of a sunset review.

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