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PVC Flat Electrical Cables exported from the People's Republic of China

The Anti-Dumping Review Panel (Review Panel) received an application seeking a review of a decision by the Minister for Industry and Science under section 269TG of the Customs Act 1901 in respect of PVC Flat Electrical Cables exported from the People's Republic of China (the Reviewable Decision). Notice of the Reviewable Decision was published on Anti-Dumping Commission's website (EPR 469) on 1 September 2022 (ADN 2022/019 refers).

Under subsection 269ZZK(1) of the Act, the Review Panel is required to provide a report to the Minister recommending that the Reviewable Decision either be affirmed or revoked and substituted with a specified new decision.

The Review Panel's Report and the Minister's Decision were subject to judicial review proceedings in the Federal Court of Australia. A link to the matter on the Commonwealth Courts portal is available here

Public Notice

Public Notice - Intention to conduct a review - Published 22 November 2022

Public Notice - Minister's Decision - Published 21 February 2023

Application

Electra Cables (Aust) Pty Limited - Published 22 November 2022

Submissions

Australian Cablemakers Association Limited - Published 21 December 2022

Prysmian Australia Pty Ltd - Published 22 December 2022

Nexans Olex - Published 22 December 2022

Electra Cables (Aust.) Pty Ltd - Published 23 December 2022

Correspondence

Letter from Review Panel to Commissioner - Request for documents - Published 22 November 2022

Letter from Review Panel to Department - Request for documents / conference - Published 22 November 2022

Conference Notes

Anti-Dumping Policy Section, Department of Industry, Science and Resources (24 November 2022) - Published 28 November 2022

Report

ADRP Report No. 160 - Published 21 February 2023