Guidelines for rebate of anti-dumping duty on USA chickens
The International Trade Administration Commission has published guidelines for the rebate of anti-dumping duties on poultry imported from the United States of America.
The temporary rebate was the result of a compromise by South Africa in order to benefit under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA). As such the rebate is temporary as it is linked to South Africa’s continued benefit under AGOA. Should any of benefit that South Arica enjoys under AGOA be suspended, the temporary rebate will also be suspended. The rebate allows the importer to claim back the full anti-dumping duty that has to be paid, as long as the imports fall within the relevant quota.
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