ANNOUNCEMENT 12 Sep 2011

In September 2011, the government of Canada initiated a new anti-subsidy and a new antidumping investigation. In December 2011, a provisional duty was imposed. In March 2012, a definitive duty was imposed. In August 2016, a sunset review was initiated and the definitive duty was extended for a new period in April 2017. In February 2022, a sunset review was initiated.

NUMBER OF INTERVENTIONS

2

  • 2 harmful
  • 0 neutral
  • 0 liberalising

SOURCE

Canadian Border Services Agency, Statement of Reasons: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/sima-lmsi/i-e/ad1390/ad1390-i11-fd-eng.html"

Canadian Border Services Agency, Statement of reasons concerning the preliminary determinations with respect to the dumping and subsidizing of certain pup joints, issued on 28 December 2011: https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/sima-lmsi/i-e/ad1390/ad1390-i11-pd-eng.html

Canadian Border Services Agency, Statement of reasons concerning the final determinations with respect to the dumping and subsidizing of certain pup joints , issued on 12 March 2012: https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/sima-lmsi/i-e/ad1390/ad1390-i11-pd-eng.html

Canadian International Trade Tribunal, orden and reasons, expiry review issued on 7 April 2017: https://decisions.citt-tcce.gc.ca/citt-tcce/a/en/354695/1/document.do

Canadian Border Services Agency, Certain pup joints, Notice of initiation of expiry review investigation: https://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/sima-lmsi/er-rre/pj2022/pj2022-ni-eng.html

Inception date: 12 Dec 2011 | Removal date: open ended

Anti-dumping

On 12 September 2011, the Canadian authorities initiated an antidumping investigation on imports of certain pup joints from China. The products subject to investigation are classified under HS code subheading 7304.29.00.51, 7304.29.00.59, 7304.29.00.61, 7304.29.00.69, 7304.29.00.71 and 7304.29.00.79.  This investigation follows the application lodged on 12 July 2011 by Alberta Oil Tool. At the same date, a simultaneous anti-subsidy investigation was launched against the described products, see related intervention. 

On 12 December 2011, the Canadian authorities imposed a provisional antidumping duty on imports of certain pup joints from China. The rate of duty ranges from 32.4% and 169% of the export price depending on the company.

On 12 March 2012, the Canadian authorities imposed a definitive antidumping duty on imports of the subject good from China. The rate of duty ranges from 80.2% to 173.4% of the export price depending on the company.

On 2 August 2016, the Canadian authorities announced the initiation of a sunset review of the definitive duty imposed on imports of the subject good from China. On 7 April 2017, the Canadian authorities issued a regulation extending the definitive duty imposed on imports of certain pup joints from China. The rate of duty ranges from 80.2% to 173.4% of the export price depending on the company.

On 25 February 2022, the Canadian authorities announced the initiation of a new sunset review of the definitive duty imposed on imports of the subject good from China.

AFFECTED SECTORS

 

AFFECTED PRODUCTS

 
Inception date: 12 Dec 2011 | Removal date: open ended

Anti-subsidy

On 12 September 2011, the Canadian authorities initiated an anti-subsidy investigation on imports of certain pup joints from China. The products subject to investigation are classified under HS code subheading 7304.29.00.51, 7304.29.00.59, 7304.29.00.61, 7304.29.00.69, 7304.29.00.71 and 7304.29.00.79.  This investigation follows the application lodged on 12 July 2011 by Alberta Oil Tool. At the same date, a simultaneous antidumping investigation was launched against the described products, see related intervention. 

On 12 December 2011, the Canadian authorities imposed a provisional countervailing duty on imports of certain pup joints from China. The rate of duty ranges from 32.4% and 169% of the export price depending on the company.

On 12 March 2012, the Canadian authorities imposed a definitive countervailing duty on imports of certain pup joints from China. The rate of duty ranges from 80.2% to 173.4% of the export price depending on the company.

On 2 August 2016, the Canadian authorities announced the initiation of a sunset review of the definitive duty imposed on imports of the subject good from China. On 7 April 2017, the Canadian authorities issued a regulation extending the definitive duty imposed on imports of certain pup joints from China. The rate of duty ranges from 80.2% to 173.4% of the export price depending on the company.

On 25 February 2022, the Canadian authorities announced the initiation of a sunset review of the definitive duty imposed on imports of the subject good from China