Australia makes the second double-reverse sunset review final ruling on China-related welded pipes
On July 1, 2022, the Australian Anti-dumping Commission issued Announcement No. 2022/049, stating that the Minister for Industry and Science of Australia passed the Australian Anti-dumping Commission’s decision on imported welded pipes from mainland China (Certain Hollow Structural Sections). ) and the second anti-dumping and anti-subsidy sunset review affirmative final decision, and at the same time passed the second anti-dumping sunset review affirmative final decision on welded pipes imported from South Korea, Malaysia, and Taiwan.
The products involved in the above-mentioned countries and regions are subject to anti-dumping duties in the form of a combination of fixed and variable tax rates or the lowest export price. For details of the duties, please refer to the attached table (Australia’s Anti-dumping Taxation Form for China-related Welded Pipes Sunset Review Final Judgment). ); the countervailing duty of 0.0% to 26.3% is levied on the products involved in the case in China (except Huludao Steel Pipe Industry Co., Ltd. and Dalian Smart High-tech Co., Ltd.).
The Australian customs code of the product involved is
7306.30.00.31、7306.30.00.32、7306.30.00.33、7306.30.00.34、7306.30.00.35、7306.30.00.36、7306.30.00.37、7306.50.00.45、7306.61.00.21、7306.61.00.22、7306.61.00.25、7306.61.00.90、7306.69. 00.10, 7306.90.00.12.
The announcement is effective after July 3, 2022.
On September 19, 2011, Australia initiated anti-dumping and countervailing investigations on welded pipes imported from mainland China and initiated anti-dumping investigations on welded pipes imported from South Korea, Malaysia, and Taiwan. On May 11, 2015, Australia conducted an anti-circumvention investigation of welded pipes originating in mainland China, South Korea, and Malaysia. On February 16, 2016, Australia exempted some of the products involved from anti-dumping and countervailing measures.
On March 18, 2016, Australia made an affirmative final ruling on the anti-circumvention of welded pipes originating in mainland China, South Korea, and Malaysia, expanding the scope of taxation in the original trial. The alloy welded pipes (Australian customs codes 7306.61.00.90 and 7306.50.00.45) were exported by Furende Steel Pipe Co., Ltd., Tianjin Ruitong Steel Co., Ltd., Roswell SA R Limited, and the Malaysian company Alpine Pipe Manufacturing SDN BHD are included in the tax scope. On October 31, 2016, the Australian Anti-dumping Commission issued Announcement No. 2016/113, stating that the first anti-dumping sunset review investigation was conducted on welded pipes imported from mainland China, South Korea, Malaysia, and Taiwan, China.
The first anti-subsidy sunset review investigation of the products involved. On June 21, 2017, the Australian Anti-dumping Commission made an affirmative final ruling on the anti-dumping and countervailing sunset review of the case and continued to extend the validity of the anti-dumping and countervailing measures against the above countries and regions until July 3, 2022.
On September 22, 2021, the Australian Anti-dumping Commission issued Announcement No. 2021/122, stating that in response to the applications submitted by Australian companies AustubeMills Pty Ltd. and Orrcon Manufacturing Pty Ltd, the second anti-dumping and anti-dumping was initiated against welded pipes imported from mainland China. Subsidized sunset review investigation, and launched the second anti-dumping sunset review investigation on welded pipes imported from South Korea, Malaysia, and Taiwan.
Schedule: Australia’s Tax Form for the Final Decision on Anti-dumping and Anti-subsidy Sunset Review of China-related Welded Pipes