The Canadian International Trade Tribunal announced on March 28 the continuation of its August 2008 order (extended in August 2013) concerning the dumping and subsidizing of carbon steel welded pipe originating in or exported from China.

The Tribunal found that the resumption of dumping and subsidizing was likely to result in injury to Canadian industry. The Canada Border Services …


 

On October 30, 2018, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal initiated an expiry review of its order made in December 2008 and renewed in December 9, 2013 concerning the dumping and subsidizing of certain thermoelectric containers that provide cooling and/or warming with the use of a passive heat sink and a thermoelectric module, excluding liquid dispensers, originating in or exported …


 

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) initiated a re-investigation to update the normal values and export prices respecting certain carbon steel fasteners from China and Chinese Taipei, and the amounts of subsidy respecting certain carbon steel fasteners from China.

Orders from the Canadian International Trade Tribunal impose anti-dumping and/or countervailing duty on importations of the specified goods.

Normal values …


 

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal was instructed in October 2018 to inquire to determine whether seven classes of steel goods were being imported into Canada in such increased quantities and under such conditions as to be a principal cause of serious injury or threat of serious injury to domestic producers of like or directly competitive goods. The Tribunal was …


 

While the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) does not require the certification of origin to follow a prescribed format, it is mandatory to include the set of minimum data requirements set out in Annex 3-B of the agreement (Minimum Data Requirements).

Of particular importance is the certifier’s statement, which must be worded exactly as …