Pursuant to section 13A(1)(c) of the Trade (Anti-dumping and Countervailing Duties) Act 1988 (“Act”), anti-dumping duties imposed on canned peaches from South Africa will cease to apply to those goods on 28 May 2019, unless at that date the goods are subject to review under section 17D of the Act.
Any interested party that might request that the chief executive of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment initiate a review before the cessation date referred to above should be aware that positive evidence justifying the need for a review must be provided to the chief executive.
Positive evidence justifying the need for a review would need to include reasons and evidence for believing that:
- the continued imposition of the duty is necessary to offset dumping of canned peaches from South Africa; and material or threatened material injury to the New Zealand industry producing canned peaches would be likely to continue or recur if the duty expired.
Further information is available from the Manager, Trade and International, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, PO Box 1473, Wellington 6140, or email email@example.com.
Dated at Wellington this 17th day of December 2018.
JIM ROBINSON, Manager, Trade and International, Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.