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How importers and exporters can participate in the anti-dumping system

If you are an importer or exporter, you can participate in the anti-dumping system.

Current investigations

If you have an interest in a dumping and countervailing investigation, you can participate by providing submissions and completing questionnaires.

At the start of an investigation we will indicate what information we need from importers and exporters. Our investigation will be aimed at gathering information on the volume, costs, and selling prices of imports, and understanding market conditions. This information needs to be provided within 37 days of the start of the investigation.

Commission staff may visit your premises for further investigation and to verify the information you provide. You will also be able to discuss the claims under investigation and provide information on the Australian market.

Make a submission

Learn how to make a submission to the Anti-Dumping Commission.

Applying for measures to be reviewed or revoked

If you are an importer or exporter you can apply for a review or a revocation of an anti-dumping measure.

Learn how to apply for a review or revocation of a measure

You can apply if levels of dumping or subsidies have changed or measures are no longer needed. Read the guidelines and application form.

Applying for an accelerated review of anti-dumping measures

You may be eligible for an accelerated review if you did not export the goods to Australia during the original investigation period. The application form contains further information about the requirements for an accelerated review.

This form is for new exporters who want to apply for their own duty rate

Applying for duty assessment

If you’re an importer who’s already paid interim duties, you can apply to have your final duties assessed by the commission. 

It’s important you lodge your application well before the end of the 6 month period available for lodgement (we recommend at least 1 month early, but preferably longer). This will allow you to resubmit your application if it’s rejected. You can find out the time periods in the dumping commodity register

The commission cannot accept your duty assessment application if you don’t lodge a complete application in the required time period.

Guidelines for how to apply

Read the guidelines before submitting your application:

Duty assessment calculation spreadsheet

Use the duty assessment calculation spreadsheet to help you prepare your application.

Applying for an exemption inquiry

The minister may exempt goods from anti-dumping measures if certain conditions have been met.

If you think goods you import should be exempt from anti-dumping measures you can apply for an exemption inquiry. After the investigation a report is provided to the minister recommending whether an exemption should be granted.

Read the guidelines before submitting your application:

Before you apply

Before you submit your application we can provide a free document check to help ensure you have all necessary documentation.

Request to link a supplier to an exporter

If you're an importer using an intermediary, you may request a link to the duty rate applicable to the exporter.

To be eligible:

  • you must source your imports through a supplier/trader
  • the exporter must be named in the dumping commodity register (DCR) exporter table.

In your request, you must provide:

  • reasons for the request
  • documentation linking yourself, the supplier/trader and the exporter.

The commission will verify and approve requests.

If approved:

  • your supplier/trader and exporter's dumping specification number (DSN) will be linked in the DCR
  • you can declare your imports using this DSN.

Email us to make a request. 

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