Re-investgation request on transformers from Korea T
he Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has received a representation from an interested party concerning the need for a re-investigation to update normal values. This representation was made in respect to export prices in large power transformers from the Republic of Korea (TR). A non-confidential version of the representation can be accessed on the CBSA’s website Transformers – Listing of representations.
Have Your Say
Interested parties (e.g. exporters, importers, and Canadian producers) are encouraged to share their views regarding whether the normal values, export prices and/or amounts of subsidy in place for a particular measure in force should be updated to reflect the current market conditions. Submit comments to by writing to the SIMA Registry and Disclosure Unit at email@example.com. Your comments must clearly identify the associated correspondence and be submitted by February 19, 2024. If your comments contains information that is designated as confidential, it must be accompanied by a non-confidential version in order for the CBSA to take it into consideration.
CBSA reviews normal values of certain upholstered seating exported from China
On February 1, 2024, the CBSA initiated a normal value review to establish normal values and export prices of goods subject to the “Upholstered domestic seating” SIMA case, exported to Canada from China by Shenzhen Zhuangjia Wanchang Technology Co., Ltd
Should the exporter decide to participate in this review, they are required to provide complete and accurate responses to the CBSA’s Request for Information (RFI) by March 11, 2024.
Complete details regarding this normal value review can be found here.
Normal value reviews are conducted by CBSA to update normal values, export prices or amounts of subsidy of single exporters as necessary, to ensure that these values accurately reflect current market conditions.
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