- August 23, 2021
- Posted by: Taapano Paradza
- Category: Anti Dumping
The anti-dumping sunset review investigation on frozen bone-in chicken imported from Germany, Netherlands, and UK has been finalised. When an anti-dumping duty is imposed, it remains in place for 5 years, however, it is reviewed towards the end of this period. If no sunset review investigation is initiated, the anti-dumping duties will lapse.
An investigation will initiate after domestic manufacturers or producers of the subject products submit an application to ITAC.
This is what happened in this case, the South African Poultry Association (SAPA) submitted an application and an investigation was consequently initiated.
The anti-dumping duties below are being implemented from today, 23 August 2021. The products are classified under tariff subheading 0207.14.90.
|Description||Anti-dumping duty||Country of origin|
|Frozen meat of fowls of the species Gallus Domesticus, cut in pieces with bone-in||73.33%||Germany|
|Frozen meat of fowls of the species Gallus Domesticus, cut in pieces with bone-in, (excluding that produced by Plukon Blokker BV, Plukon Goor BV and Plukon Dedemsvaar BV)||22.81%||Netherlands|
|Frozen meat of fowls of the species Gallus Domesticus, cut in pieces with bone-in, (excluding that produced by Moy Park Ltd, 2 Sisters Food Group Ltd and Amber Foods Ltd)||30.99%||United Kingdom|
SAPA had requested anti-dumping duties of 307% for Germany, 176% for The Netherlands, and 92% for UK. These are significantly different from the duties above determined by ITAC based on the actual exporter’s sales and cost information.
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