Submission are required to be received within 37 days of the date of publication of the notice. The Commission may not have regard to submissions received after that period if doing so would prevent the timely preparation of a statement of essential facts (SEF).

Non-confidential versions of submissions must be provided for placement on the public record.

A document providing more information regarding How to Make a Submission is available on the Cases and Electronic Public Record page.

Copies of the non-confidential application and non-confidential submissions will be placed on the public record. Interested parties will be able to access the Electronic Public Record and take copies

Forms of dumping duty

These Guidelines set out issues to be considered when determining the form of duties that the Commission will recommend to the Minister. They are also meant to guide applicants or interested parties when preparing their applications or submissions in relation to investigations, reviews or other processes where the form of dumping duty will be considered. The forms of duty are the methods by which the amount of interim dumping duty payable on goods exported to Australia is calculated.

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