SPT 2021 IN: Certain small power transformers
Notice of final decisions
On November 25, 2021, pursuant to paragraph 41(1)(a) of the Special Import Measures Act (SIMA), the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), terminated the dumping investigation in respect of certain small power transformers exported from South Korea by IEN Hanchang Co., Ltd., as they have not been dumped.
On the same day, pursuant to paragraph 41(1)(b) of SIMA, the CBSA has made a final determination of dumping concerning certain small power transformers originating in or exported from Austria, the Separate Customs Territory of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu (Chinese Taipei) and South Korea (excluding goods exported from South Korea by IEN Hanchang Co., Ltd.).
The subject goods are usually imported under the following tariff classification numbers:
In some instances, the subject goods may also be imported under the following tariff classification numbers:
Note that the tariff classification numbers are for convenience of reference only. Refer to the product definition for authoritative details regarding the subject goods.
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) is continuing its inquiry into the question of injury to the domestic industry and will make a finding by December 24, 2021.
Additional information about this investigation is contained in a Statement of Reasons, which will be available within 15 days.
For additional information regarding the application of provisional duties on subject goods imported into Canada, please refer to the CBSA’s Measures in Force.
Officers’ names and contact information:
- Aaron Maidment: 343‑553‑1633
- Matthew Lerette: 343‑553‑1867
|Originating in or exported from||Margins of dumping
(as % of export price)
|Siemens Energy Austria GmbH||73.1%|
|Shihlin Electric & Engineering Corporation||11.7%|
|Hyundai Electric & Energy Systems||73.1%|
|IEN Hanchang Co., Ltd.||0.0%|
|ILJIN Electric Co., Ltd.||16.6%|
|All other exporters||73.1%|
Note: The margins of dumping reported in the table above are the margins determined by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) for purposes of the final determination of dumping. These margins do not reflect the anti‑dumping duty to be levied on future importations of dumped goods. In the event of an injury finding by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, normal values have been provided to the exporters which provided sufficient information for future shipments to Canada and these normal values would come into effect the day after the injury finding. Information regarding normal values of the subject goods should be obtained from the exporter. Imports of subject goods from exporters/producers that did not provide sufficient information to the CBSA during the dumping investigation and who are not listed in the table above will be subject to the All Other Exporters anti‑dumping duty rate pursuant to a ministerial specification.
Normally, normal values will not be applied retroactively. However, this measure may be applied retroactively in cases where the parties have not advised the CBSA in a timely manner of substantial changes that affect values for SIMA purposes. Therefore, where substantial changes occur in prices, market conditions, costs associated with production and sales of the goods, the onus is on the concerned parties to advise the CBSA.
Please consult the SIMA Self‑Assessment Guide for more detailed information explaining how to determine the amount of SIMA duties owing.
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