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Expiry of anti-dumping duties

The International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (ITAC) recently published a notice in terms of which several SACU industries are called upon to show good cause why the current anti-dumping duties in force should not expire in 2017.

SACU manufacturers and producers will have to sumit  trequest to ITAC to have the anti-dumping duty reviewed before its expiry. The dates for the submission are indicated below. An interesting one to watch will be the chicken meat portions from the United States of America especially given the recent concluded arragnemetns around the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA). 

The anti-dumping duties which are set to expire relate to the following products from the following countries:

 Product Country Rate of anti-dumping duty  Date of expiry Date of submssion of sunset review
Fully threaded screws with hexagon heads China  11.09% - 73.93% 15/11/2017 15/05/2017
Drawn, float and solar glass Indonesia 10%-45% 26/072017 27/02/2017
Unframed glass mirrors Indonesia  6.61% 19/04/2017 19/10/2016
Chicken meat portions USA  940c/kg 04/04/2017 04/10/2016

For further information, kindly do not hesitate to contact Rian Geldenhuys.

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