Customs Act 1901

PART XVB - SPECIAL PROVISIONS RELATING TO ANTI-DUMPING DUTIES  

Division 6A - Continuation of anti-dumping measures  

SECTION 269ZHB   APPLICATIONS FOR CONTINUATION OF ANTI-DUMPING MEASURES  

269ZHB(1)  


Not later than 9 months before particular anti-dumping measures expire, the Commissioner must publish on the Anti-Dumping Commission ' s website a notice:


(a) informing persons that the dumping duty notice, countervailing duty notice or undertaking comprising those measures is due to expire on a specified day (the specified expiry day ); and


(b) inviting the following persons to apply within 60 days to the Commissioner, in accordance with section 269ZHC , for a continuation of those measures:


(i) the person whose application under section 269TB resulted in those measures;

(ii) persons representing the whole or a portion of the Australian industry producing like goods to the goods covered by those measures.

269ZHB(2)  
If the Minister makes a declaration under paragraph 269ZG(3)(b) in relation to an anti-dumping duty notice or countervailing duty notice, the original dumping duty notice or countervailing duty notice and that notice as modified because of that declaration are both to be treated, for the purposes of this Division and despite section 269TM , as if they had been issued at the time of issue of the original notice.

269ZHB(3)  
If no application for the continuation of the anti-dumping measures is received by the Commissioner within the period specified in the notice, then, on the specified expiry day:


(a) to the extent that the measures comprise a dumping duty notice - that notice expires; and


(b) to the extent that the measures comprise a countervailing duty notice - that notice expires; and


(c) to the extent that the measures comprise the giving of an undertaking - the person who gave the undertaking is taken to be released from the undertaking and the investigation giving rise to the undertaking is terminated.


 

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