The Canadian International Trade Tribunal has opted to renew its duties on hollow structural sections from South Korea and Turkey following a five-year sunset review, Kallanish understands.
The review was launched 10 December and concerned orders renewed on 20 December, 2013, and originally put in place in 2003. South Korea’s anti-dumping duty is 89%, while Turkey’s ranges from 6.9-30%.
The Canada Border Services Agency determined that “...the expiry of the order is likely to result in the continuation or resumption of dumping of such goods originating in or exported from South Korea and Turkey.”
A full statement of reasons will be released within 15 days. The tribunal will concurrently make an injury determination by 16 October.