Reviews of measures

What is a review of measures?

An application for a review of anti-dumping measures may be made where an affected party believes that one or more of the variable factors have changed in relation to the measures imposed on imported goods, or that the measures are no longer required.

A review of measures may involve a review of one or more of the variable factors - that is, the normal value, export price, non-injurious price, or the amount of the countervailable subsidy, or a price undertaking.

A review application may also seek revocation of the measures, to determine whether the measures are no longer required.

Who can apply?

An affected party may seek review of an anti-dumping measure. An affected party is:

  • a person who is directly concerned with the exportation to Australia of the goods to which the measures relate or who has been directly concerned with the exportation to Australia of like goods
  • a person who is directly concerned with the importation into Australia of the goods to which the measures relate or who has been directly concerned with the importation into Australia of like goods
  • a person representing, or representing a portion of, the Australian industry producing like goods
  • the Government of a country from which like goods have been exported to Australia.
When can a review be lodged?

A review application may not be lodged earlier than 12 months after publication of either the notice implementing the original measure or the notice declaring the outcome of the last review. The Minister may initiate a review at any time.

Where a person has sought an accelerated review, a review application may not be lodged by that person within 12 months of publication of the notice declaring the outcome of that accelerated review.

How a review is conducted

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