The goods the subject of the original notice are:
CFG in nominal thicknesses of 3 to 12 millimetres (mm).
The tolerances for each of these thicknesses are set out in the table below.
Nominal thickness (mm)
|Acceptable tolerances (mm)|
Thickness tolerances for CFG
The goods have the following characteristics:
Glass with the following characteristics are not the goods:
coated, coloured, tinted or opaque
absorbent, reflective or non-reflective layer
bent, edge-worked, engraved, drilled, enamelled or otherwise worked
framed or fitted with other materials;
toughened (tempered) or laminated;
acid etched; or
The alleged circumvention goods
The goods the subject of the application are CFG in nominal thicknesses of 3 to 12 mm (i.e. the goods currently the subject of the original anti-dumping notice) which has been edge worked along at least one edge of the CFG sheet(the circumvention goods).
Further information on whether goods are included or excluded can be found in the initiation ADN 2018/93 (linked below).
|Applicant||CSR Viridian Ltd (CSR)||Tariff Classification||7006.00.00 (statistical code 49)|
|Investigation Period||1 July 2013 to 31 March 2018||Injury Examination Period|| |
|Contacts for this investigation|
Tel: (03) 8539 2418
Fax: +61 3 8539 2499
|Mailing address:||The Director - Investigations 3|
GPO Box 2013
Canberra ACT 2601
|Initiation Date||18 June 2018||Initial submissions due||25 July 2018|
|SEF* no later than||5 November 2018||SEF submissions due||20 days after publication of SEF|
|Final recommendation due no later than||4 February 2019||Minister's decision expected||Within 30 days of receiving the recommendation|
|*SEF - Statement of Essential Facts|
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