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Grinding Balls exported from the People's Republic of China

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The Anti-Dumping Review Panel (Panel) has accepted an application from Commonwealth Steel Company Pty Ltd (trading as Moly-Cop Mining Consumables - Waratah Steel Mill) for a review of the decision by the Commissioner of the Anti-Dumping Commission to terminate part of a countervailing investigation in respect of Grinding Balls exported to Australia from the People's Republic of China (the Reviewable Decision).

The Reviewable Decision was published on the Anti-Dumping Commission (ADC) website on 6 June 2016.

Under subsection 269ZZT(1) of the Customs Act 1901, the Panel must make a decision on the application by affirming the Reviewable Decision or revoking the Reviewable Decision. The decision of the Panel will be published on this website.

Correspondence

Request for Documents to ADC -- 14 July 2016

ADC Response to Request for Information - Letter - Published 9 September 2016

ADC Response to Request for Information - Attachment A - Published 9 September 2016

Public Notices

Public Notice - Intention to Conduct a Review - 14 July 2016

Applications

Moly-Cop Mining Consumables - Waratah Steel Mill - 6 July 2016

Conference Notes

Conference Summary - Published 9 September 2016

ADRP Report

ADRP Report No. 41 - Published 12 September 2016