Certain Hot-Rolled Carbon and Alloy Steel Sheet Originating In or Exported From Brazil, the People's Republic of China, Chinese Taipei, India, and Ukraine
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This memorandum refers to the application, pursuant to section 3 of the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), of anti-dumping duty to importations of certain flat hot-rolled carbon steel sheet and alloy steel sheet and strip, originating in or exported from Brazil, the People's Republic of China, Chinese Taipei, India and Ukraine, and of countervailing duty to importations of the same goods originating in or exported from India. These duties are applied as a result of the findings of injury by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (Tribunal).
1. A description of the goods and the dates of the proceedings and finding follow:
Flat hot-rolled carbon and alloy steel sheet and strip, including secondary or “non-prime” material, originating in or exported from Brazil, the People’s Republic of China, Chinese Taipei, India and Ukraine, in various widths from 3/4" (19 mm) and wider, and
excluding flat-rolled stainless steel sheet and strip and flat hot-rolled, cut-to-length alloy steel products containing no less than 11.5% manganese, in thickness from 3 mm to 4.75 mm.
2. The dates of the proceedings and findings concerning this case are as follows:
|Initiation of Investigation||January 19, 2001|
|CBSA Final Determinations||July 18, 2001|
|Tribunal Findings||August 17, 2001|
|Tribunal Orders||August 16, 2006|
|Tribunal Orders||August 15, 2011|
3. The goods are usually classified in the Harmonized System under the following ten-digit classification numbers:
7208.25.00.10 7208.36.00.10 7208.39.00.10 7208.90.00.00
7208.25.00.20 7208.36.00.20 7208.39.00.20 7211.13.00.00
7208.25.00.30 7208.36.00.30 7208.39.00.30 7211.14.00.90
7208.25.00.40 7208.36.00.40 7208.39.00.40 7211.19.00.10
7208.26.00.10 7208.37.00.10 7208.53.00.10 7211.19.00.90
7208.26.00.20 7208.37.00.20 7208.53.00.20 7211.90.00.90
7208.26.00.30 7208.37.00.30 7208.53.00.30 7225.30.00.00
7208.26.00.40 7208.37.00.40 7208.53.00.40 7225.40.00.11
7208.27.00.10 7208.38.00.10 7208.54.00.10 7225.40.00.19
7208.27.00.20 7208.38.00.20 7208.54.00.20 7225.40.00.21
7208.27.00.30 7208.38.00.30 7208.54.00.30 7225.40.00.91
7208.27.00.40 7208.38.00.40 7208.54.00.40 7225.40.00.92
7225.40.00.93 7225.40.00.94 7225.99.00.00 7226.20.00.00
7226.91.00.10 7226.91.00.90 7226.99.00.90
4. This liability for anti-dumping and countervailing duties results from proceedings conducted under SIMA and from the findings made by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal. Information regarding the normal values of the goods in question and the amount of anti-dumping and countervailing duty payable should be obtained from the exporters. Related information may be made available to importers on a need-to-know basis according to the provisions of Memorandum D14-1-2, Disclosure of Normal Values, Export Prices, and Amounts of Subsidy Established Under the Special Import Measures Act to Importers.
5. For importations of the subject goods produced or exported by a company in Brazil, the People’s Republic of China, Chinese Taipei, India and Ukraine, that has not been issued its own normal values, the anti-dumping duty is equal to 77% of the export price, as determined under section 24, 25 or 29 of SIMA.
6. For importations of the subject goods produced or exported by a company in India that has not been issued its own amount of subsidy, the countervailing duty is equal to 3,150 rupees per metric tonne. Note that while the countervailing duty is payable on all importations, the anti-dumping duty will be reduced by the amount of countervailing duty attributable to export subsidies, in accordance with section 10 of SIMA.
|Issuing office||Anti-dumping and Countervailing Directorate
|Headquarters file||4258-114; 4218-12|
|Legislative references||Special Import Measures Act, section 3|
|Superseded memoranda D||D15-2-38 dated June 3, 2010|