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Australia Launches Double-reverse New Exporter Review Investigation Against China Aluminum Profiles

Jun 24, 2022

Australia launches double-reverse new exporter review investigation against China aluminum profiles


On June 22, 2022, the Australian Anti-dumping Commission issued Announcement No. 2022/055, stating that it should be submitted by Chinese enterprise Dashiqiao Hengyuan Aluminum Products Co., Ltd. on June 1, 2022. An application for anti-dumping and anti-subsidy new export review investigations on aluminum extrusions imported into China. The dumping investigation period in this case is from April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022. 


The Australian customs codes of the products involved are 7604.10.00.06, 7604.21.00.07, 7604.21.00.08, 7604.29.00.09, 7604.29.00.10, 7608.10.00.09, 7608.20.00.10, 7610.10.00.12 and 7610.90. The Australian Anti-dumping Commission is expected to submit final recommendations to the Minister of Industry, Energy and Emission Reduction no later than September 9, 2022. 


From the application of this case to the completion of the investigation, Australia has decided to levy provisional anti-dumping duties (calculated according to the combined tax method) and countervailing duties (calculated according to the proportion of the export price of the products) in the form of deposits on the products involved from June 1, 2022. . The date for the initiation of the investigation in this case is effective from June 1, 2022.


On June 24, 2009, Australia launched anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations on aluminum profiles imported from China. On October 28, 2010, Australia made an affirmative final ruling on the case, ruling that the dumping margin of the products involved was 2.7% to 25.7%, and the subsidy margin was 3.8% to 18.4%. On April 14, 2014, the Australian Anti-dumping Commission issued Australia launches double-reverse new exporter review investigation against China aluminum profiles


Announcement No. 2014/31, stating that it launched an anti-circumvention investigation on aluminum profiles imported from China to examine whether the products involved were sold at a loss to avoid anti-dumping and countervailing duties. On February 19, 2015, the Australian Anti-dumping Commission issued Announcement No. 2015/17, stating that it made an affirmative final ruling on the case, ruling that PanAsia Aluminum (China) Limited (PanAsia Aluminium (China) Limited) in January 2013. 


During the period from October 1st to October 27th, 2013, there was circumvention of aluminum profiles exported to Australia. The dumping margin of the products involved was 57.6%, the subsidy margin was 8.7%, and the combined effective tax rate of dumping and subsidies was 57.6%.


On April 24, 2015, the Australian Anti-dumping Commission issued Announcement No. 2015/48, launching the first anti-dumping and countervailing sunset review investigation on aluminum profiles imported from China. On October 20, 2015, the Australian Anti-dumping Commission issued Announcement No. 2015/125, making a sunset review affirmative final ruling on the case, ruling that the company involved (Tai Ao Aluminium Tai Shan Co., Ltd.), the provisional effective dumping tax rate is 0 to 28.3%, and the provisional effective subsidy tax rate is 0.6 to 20.2%. On February 13, 2020, 


the Australian Anti-dumping Commission issued Announcement No. 2020/017, stating that the second anti-dumping and countervailing sunset review investigation was launched on aluminum profiles imported from China. On October 16, 2020, the Australian Anti-dumping Commission issued Announcement No. 2020/103, making a sunset review affirmative final ruling on the case, ruling that the dumping margin of the companies involved was 11.1% to 71.9%, and the subsidy margin was 0.0% to 9.9%. , the tentative combined effective tax rate for dumping and subsidies is 0 to 77.4%.