ANNOUNCEMENT 11 Jan 2011

In January 2011, the government of Australia initiated a new anti-dumping investigation.

NUMBER OF INTERVENTIONS

1

  • 1 harmful
  • 0 neutral
  • 0 liberalising

SOURCE



Commonwealth of Australia, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, Consideration Report No. 171, 31.01.2011:
http://www.adcommission.gov.au/cases/documents/002-Report-ConsiderationReportNo171.pdf

Commonwealth of Australia, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, Australian Customs Dumping Notice No. 2011/5, 04.02.2011: http://www.adcommission.gov.au/notices/documents/2011/110204ACDN2011-05-ContinuationandReview-Final.pdf

Commonwealth of Australia, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, Statement of Essential Facts Report No. 171c, 03.08.2011:
http://www.adcommission.gov.au/cases/documents/028-Report-SEFNo171c.pdf

Commonwealth of Australia, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, Report to the Minister No. 171c, 17.09.2011:
http://www.adcommission.gov.au/cases/documents/039-Report-REP171c-FSI.pdf

Commonwealth of Australia, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, Australian Customs Dumping Notice No. 2011/47, 13.10.2011:
http://www.adcommission.gov.au/notices/documents/2011/MicrosoftWord-ACDN171c.pdf

Commonwealth of Australia, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, Australian Customs Dumping Notice No. 2011/45, 13.10.2011:
http://www.adcommission.gov.au/notices/documents/2011/MicrosoftWord-ACDN-Review-172c-FSIFINAL.pdf

Commonwealth of Australia, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, Australian Customs Dumping Notice No. 2012/65, 19.12.2012:
http://adcommission.gov.au/cases/documents/ACDN2012-65.pdf

Commonwealth of Australia, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, Consideration Report No. 196, 19.12.2012:
http://adcommission.gov.au/cases/documents/CON196-publicrecord.pdf

Commonwealth of Australia, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, Australian Customs Dumping Notice No. 2013/09, 29.01.2013:
http://adcommission.gov.au/cases/documents/004-ACDN201309-extensionofreview.pdf

Commonwealth of Australia, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, Report to the Minister No. 196, 24.06.2013:
http://adcommission.gov.au/cases/documents/025-REP196.pdf

Commonwealth of Australia, Anti-Dumping Commission, Anti-Dumping Notice No. 2013/63, 26.07.2013:
http://adcommission.gov.au/cases/documents/026-ADN2013-63-FindingsinrelationtoaReviewofAnti-DumpingMeasures.pdf

Commonwealth of Australia, Anti-Dumping Commission, Anti-Dumping Notice No. 2016/21, 09.03.2016: http://www.adcommission.gov.au/cases/EPR%20301%20%20350/EPR%20333/002%20-%20ADN%202016-21%20-%20Pineapple%20-%20FINAL%20PUBLIC%20RECORD.pdf


Inception date: 14 Oct 2011 | Removal date: open ended
Still in force

Anti-dumping

On February 4, 2011, the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service initiated a sunset review of the anti-dumping duty imposed on imports of pineapple prepared or preserved in containers exceeding one litre (FSI 'food service and industry' pineapple) from Thailand (Australian Customs Dumping Notice No. 2011/5). On the same day, a sunset review of the anti-dumping duty imposed on imports of the same good from the Philippines was initiated (see measure 7336), as well as a sunset review of the anti-dumping duty imposed on imports of pineapple prepared or preserved in containers not exceeding one litre (consumer pineapple) from the Philippines and Thailand (see measures 7334 and 7335).
The products subject to investigation are classified under the following HS codes: 2008.2000.
The application for a review was lodged on January 11, 2011 by Golden Circle Limited, the sole domestic producer and manufacturer of the goods subject to the duty.

On August 3, 2011, the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service issued the Statements of Essential Facts (SEF Reports No. 171c).
On October 13, 2011, the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service announced that the Minister for Home Affairs decided upon the continuation of the anti-dumping duty imposed on imports of pineapple fruit (food service and industry) from Thailand (Australian Customs Dumping Notice No. 2011/47). The extension of the duty enters into force on October 17, 2011 for a period of five years. For details about the rate of the duty, see Australian Customs Dumping Notice No. 2011/45 dated October 13, 2011.

On December 19, 2012, the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service initiated a review after an application (requesting both a review of the variable factors and review to determine whether the dumping measures applying to FSI pineapple exported to Australia from Thailand by Tipco were no longer warranted) was lodged on December 10, 2012 by Tipco, an exporter of FSI pineapple from Thailand (Australian Customs Dumping Notice No. 2012/65).
On January 29, 2013, the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service decided to extend the review initiated on December 19, 2012 to all Thai exporters of FSI pineapple (Australian Customs Dumping Notice No. 2013/09).

On June 24, 2013, the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service issued the Report to the Minister (Report to the Minister No. 196). It recommended that the Minister re-ascertains the export prices, normal values and NIP for all exporters of FSI pineapple from Thailand.
On July 26, 2013, the Australian Anti-Dumping Commission announced that the Minister for Home Affairs accepted its recommendations (Anti-Dumping Notice No. 2013/63).

On 9 March 2016, the Commissioner of the Australian Anti-Dumping Commission initiated a sunset review of the anti-dumping duty imposed on imports of the subject good from Thailand (Anti-dumping Notice No. 2016/21, 09.03.2016).
On the same day, a sunset review of the anti-dumping duty imposed on imports of the same good from the Philippines was initiated (see measure 7336), as well as a sunset review of the anti-dumping duty imposed on imports of pineapple prepared or preserved in containers not exceeding one litre (consumer pineapple) from the Philippines and Thailand (see measures 7334 and 7335).

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