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Ottawa, April 8, 2004... The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) announced today that it has renewed an injury undertaking concerning certain filter-tipped cigarette tubes, excluding those which bear the trademark or brand name of a finished or ready-made cigarette, originating in or exported from France.
In this instance, the undertaking is a written commitment by an exporter to sell goods to Canada at prices that eliminate the injury caused by the imports of the subject goods. The CBSA is satisfied that there is a likelihood of resumed dumping and that Canadian industry is likely to suffer material injury if the undertaking is allowed to expire. Accordingly, the CBSA has concluded that the undertaking continues to serve its intended purpose and, on this date, has renewed the undertaking for a further period of five years, that is, until April 7, 2009.
A copy of the Statement of Reasons, which provides more details about this decision, will be available on request from the Anti-dumping and Countervailing Directorate and on the Internet at www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/sima within 15 days.