Ministry of Commerce: temporary anti dumping measures on Australian wine in the form of deposit

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 Ministry of Commerce: temporary anti dumping measures on Australian wine in the form of deposit


Ministry of Commerce of the peoples Republic of China

Notice

No. 59 of 2020

According to the anti-dumping regulations of the peoples Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as the anti-dumping regulations), on August 18, 2020, the Ministry of Commerce (hereinafter referred to as the investigation authority) issued announcement No. 34 of 2020, deciding to initiate an anti-dumping investigation on imported wine from Australia.

The investigating authorities investigated whether there was dumping and dumping margin of the products under investigation, whether the products under investigation caused damage to the domestic industry and the degree of injury, and the causal relationship between dumping and injury. According to the investigation results and the provisions of Article 24 of the anti dumping regulations, the investigating authority makes a preliminary ruling (see Annex 1). The relevant matters are hereby announced as follows:

1u3001 Preliminary ruling

The investigation authorities preliminarily found that there was dumping of imported wine from Australia, and the domestic wine industry suffered substantial damage, and there was a causal relationship between dumping and material damage.

2u3001 Collection of deposit

In accordance with the provisions of Articles 28 and 29 of the anti dumping regulations, the investigating authority has decided to apply provisional anti-dumping measures in the form of deposit. From November 28, 2020, when importing the products under investigation, the import operator shall provide the corresponding deposit to the customs of the peoples Republic of China according to the margin ratio of each company determined in this preliminary determination.

Scope of investigation: wine imported from Australia in containers of 2 L or less.

Name of product to be investigated: Wine packed in containers of 2 L or less, referred to as relevant wine.

Product Description: wine made by full or partial fermentation of fresh grapes or grape juice and packed in containers up to 2 liters.

Main use: it is mainly used as beverage for human consumption.

The product is classified in the import and export tariff of the peoples Republic of China: 22042100.

The margin ratio charged to each company is listed in Annex 2 of this announcement.

3u3001 Methods of collecting deposit

4u3001 Comments

Appendix: 1. Preliminary ruling of relevant wine anti-dumping investigation.pdf

2. List of margin ratio of each company.pdf

Source: observer.com editor in charge: Chen Hequn_ NB12679