On July 9, 2021, the Australian anti-dumping Commission issued Notice No. 2021/075 that the Australian Minister of industry and technology accepted the Australian anti-dumping Commission’s final recommendation on the mid-trial review of A4 photocopy paper imported from Brazil, China, Indonesia and Thailand and the final review of A4 copy paper imported from China during the anti subsidy period, It is decided to impose anti-dumping tax on the products involved in Brazil, China, Indonesia and Thailand by combining fixed tax rate and variable tax rate, and anti subsidy tax on Chinese related products. The detailed tax rate is as follows: the anti-dumping tax of international paperexportadoraltda and other exporters of Brazil is 8.1%; The anti-dumping tax of Chinese exporters upmasiapacificpteltd is 3.2%, that of greenpointglobaltrading (macaocommercialoffshore) Ltd is 10.0%, that of other exporters is 3.0%, and that of all Chinese exporters is 7.0% (export price proportion mode); The anti-dumping rate of ptriauaandalankertas in Indonesia is 14.7%, and that of other Indonesian exporters is 19.2%; The anti-dumping rates of both Thai exporters DoubleA (1991) publiccompanytd. and other exporters are 0.9%. The Australian customs codes for the products involved are 4802.56.10.03 and 4802.56.10.09.
On April 12th, 2016, Australia conducted anti-dumping investigation on A4 copy paper imported from Brazil, China, Indonesia and Thailand, and conducted anti subsidy filing investigation on A4 copy paper imported from China and Indonesia. On April 19, 2017, the Australian anti-dumping Commission issued announcement 2017/39 and 2017/40. The assistant minister and Secretary of the Congress of the Australian Ministry of industry, innovation and science approved the final decision of the Australian anti-dumping Commission on A4 photocopy paper imported from China, Brazil, Indonesia and Thailand, and decided to make a decision on Brazil, China Anti dumping duty is imposed on products involved in Indonesia (except pt.pabrikkertastjiwikimiatbk) and Thailand; Anti subsidy tax is imposed on Chinese enterprises involved (except for Asia Pacific Senbo (Guangdong) Paper Co., Ltd., greenpointglobaltrading (macaocommercialoffshore) Ltd., fenouhuichuan (China) Co., Ltd. and fenouhuichuan Asia Pacific Company). On April 16, 2020, the Australian anti-dumping Commission issued announcement No. 2020/039 that, on the application submitted by Australian enterprise paperaustralia ptytytytytltd, the investigation on the mid-term review of anti-dumping review and the mid-term review of A4 copy paper imported from China were launched on the application of Australian enterprise paperaustralia ptytytytltd. The reexamination survey does not include pt.indahkiatpulp&papertbk, pt.pabrikkertastjiwikimiatbk and pt.pindodelipulp&papermills.
Post time: Jul-19-2021