Customs Act 1901

PART XVB - SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO ANTI-DUMPING DUTIES  

Division 3 - Consideration of anti-dumping matters by the Minister  

SECTION 269TF   269TF   WHAT THIS DIVISION IS ABOUT  


This Division sets out the role of the Minister in considering an anti-dumping matter. The Minister will normally be acting after receipt of a report from the Commissioner. In particular, the Division:

  • empowers the Minister to publish dumping duty notices or countervailing duty notices;
  • empowers the Minister to accept undertakings rather than publish such notices;
  • outlines the matters of which the Minister must be satisfied before publishing such notices or accepting such undertakings;
  • indicates the period during which such notices or undertakings remain in force;
  • sets out the circumstances in which such notices can extend to goods already exported.

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