Notice Type
Notice Title

2015 Reassessment of Anti-dumping Duty: Canned Peaches From Greece

Pursuant to section 14(6) of the Dumping and Countervailing Duties Act 1988 (“the Act”), the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, having carried out a reassessment of the anti-dumping duty applying to imports into New Zealand of canned peaches from Greece, following the completion of a review under section 14(8) of the Act, and having determined a new rate of anti-dumping duty applicable to those goods, gives the following notice.

N o t i c e

Title and commencement—(1) This notice may be cited as the 2015 Reassessment of Anti-dumping Duty: Canned Peaches From Greece.

(2) This notice replaces and supersedes all previous notices in relation to the subject goods described below in the First Schedule.

(3) Pursuant to section 17 of the Act, the reassessed anti-dumping duty, set out in the Second Schedule to this notice, shall apply to imports of the goods specified in the First Schedule with effect from the day after the date of this notice.

(4) Where the anti-dumping duties imposed as a result of this notice are lower than those previously in place, in accordance with section 14(10) of the Act, importers may apply to Customs for a refund of the difference between the anti-dumping duties imposed by this notice and the anti-dumping duty paid from 14 November 2014.

First Schedule

Subject Goods

Country of Origin


Description of Goods

The subject goods that the reassessed anti-dumping duties apply to are described as:

Peaches (halves, slices or pieces) packed in retail size cans.

The goods are currently classified under Tariff Item and Statistical Key 2008.70.09.00L of the Tariff of New Zealand, which classification is provided for convenience and Customs purposes only, the written description being dispositive.

Second Schedule

Amount of Anti-dumping Duty

The amount of anti-dumping duty to be paid on demand, in respect of each importation into New Zealand of the subject goods from Greece, shall be the amount by which the Non-Injurious Free on Board (NIFOB) amount, set in New Zealand dollars, exceeds the New Zealand Value for Duty (VFD) of the goods when entered into New Zealand. The Normal Value (Value for Duty Equivalent) (NV(VFDE)) amount, set in Euros, will be payable instead of the NIFOB amount if the NV(VFDE) is less than the NIFOB when converted to New Zealand dollars.

The rates of duty are in the table below.

Rates of Anti-dumping Duty

Amounts per Kilogram

Canned peaches imported from all Greek exporters
* 1.68

*The Non-Injurious Free on Board amount (NIFOB) has been kept confidential as it is based on commercially sensitive information. The confidential amount is held by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment and the New Zealand Customs Service.

Dated at Wellington this 15th day of July 2015.

Hon PAUL GOLDSMITH, Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs.

Note: A non-confidential version of the Reassessment Report, which contains details of the conclusions reached, is available from Trade and Regulatory Cooperation Team, Science, Innovation and International Branch, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, PO Box 1473, Wellington 6140, or by emailing