Canadian International Trade Tribunal initiated a revision anti-dumping measures against certain types of hot-rolled carbon and alloy steel flat products manufactured by the metallurgical enterprises of Brazil, China and Ukraine due to their expiration. In addition, India's subsidies for its steel exports to Canada will be considered.
“No later than December 6, 2021, Canada's Border Service will determine if there is a likelihood of resuming or continuing dumping. In case of a positive decision on May 13, 2022, the tribunal will determine whether the continuation or resumption of dumping will lead to damage to the domestic metallurgical industry, "- said the press service of the Canadian government.
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal is an independent quasi-judicial body that reports to Parliament through the Secretary of the Treasury.