Canada’s stainless steel sink in China launches double-reverse sunset review

On April 4, 2017, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal issued a notice to initiate an anti-dumping and countervailing sunset review of stainless steel sinks (stainlesssteelsinks) originating in or imported from China. The Canadian Border Customs Administration (CBSA) will first review whether the subsidies and dumping of the products involved will continue or reoccur if the double countermeasures are cancelled. If the Canadian Border Customs Administration makes a positive ruling, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal will further examine whether the subsidies and dumping of the products involved will cause substantial damage to the Canadian domestic industry if the double countermeasures are cancelled. The products involved include a single-tank tank with a capacity of 1,600-5000 cubic inches and a multi-tank tank with a total volume of 2,200-6,800 cubic inches.

On September 6, 2011, Canadian companies NovanniStainless Inc. and Franke Kindred Canada Limited submitted to the Canadian Border Services Agency an application to initiate a double-reaction investigation into a stainless steel sink originating in or imported from China. On October 27, 2011, the Canadian Border Services Agency initiated anti-dumping and countervailing investigations on stainless steel sinks originating in or imported from China. The Canadian Customs Code for the products involved is 7324.10.00.11, 7324.10.00.19, 7324.10.00.21, 7324.10.00.29. On October 28, 2011, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal initiated double-anti-industrial damage to stainless steel sinks originating in or imported from China. survey. On December 28, 2011, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal made a positive preliminary ruling on the case of double-anti-industrial damage. On January 25, 2012, the Canadian Border Services Agency made a double anti-affirmative preliminary ruling on the case, ruling that the dumping margin of the products involved in the case in China was 21.1% to 55%, and the subsidy range was 0.07% to 19.5%. On April 24, 2012, the Canadian Border Services Agency made a double-reverse affirmative final decision on the case, ruling that the dumping margin of the products involved in China was 4.4%~103.1%, and the subsidy range was 0.21 yuan/unit number~264.94 yuan/ Number of Units. On May 24, 2012, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal made a positive final judgment on the double-anti-industrial damage.



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