Wire rod - Canada investigates anti-dumping measures

08/03/2024 11:59 - 303 Views

On March 8, 2024, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) initiated an investigation into applying anti-dumping measures on certain wire rod originating from or exported by China, Egypt, and Vietnam. The specific details are as follows:


I. Relevant Information


1. Date of initiation of investigation: March 8, 2024.


2. Item under investigation: Wire Rod.


HS code: 7213.91.00.42; 7213.91.00.43; 7213.91.00.49; 7213.91.00.50; 7213.91.00.60; 7213.91.00.70; 7213.99.00.11; 7213.99.00.12; 7213.99.00.31; 7213.99.00.32; 7213.99.00.51; 7213.99.00.52; 7227.20.00.20; 7227.20.00.90; 7227.90.00.60; 7227.90.00.70; 7227.90.00.81; 7227.90.00.82; 7227.90.00.83.


3. Investigation period: From March 8, 2024 to June 21, 2024.


4. Plaintiff: Ivaco Rolling Mills 2004 LP.


5. Expected investigation schedule:


The CBSA will issue a preliminary finding within 90 days of initiation. As expected, CBSA's investigation schedule is as follows:



CBSA Action


CBSA initiated investigation


Issue a Statement of Reasons for Initiating an Investigation


Deadline for Importers to Submit Questionnaires to the CBSA


Deadline for Exporters to Submit Questionnaires to the CBSA


The CBSA issues a Preliminary Conclusion or Decision to Terminate the Investigation


Issue a Statement of Reasons for the CBSA's Preliminary Findings or Decision to Terminate the Investigation



In addition, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) will determine the injury caused by the import of the goods under investigation to Canada's domestic industry, and make a conclusion within 60 days from the date of receipt. initiation date. In case CITT concludes there is no damage, the case will be terminated.


II. Case calendar 





Investigation initiation notice


The case documents are attached below: 

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