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DIT has now published the provisional findings of this consultation. The provisional findings explain which existing EU anti-dumping or anti-subsidy measures met the Government’s criteria for being maintained when the UK begins to operate an independent trade remedies framework. The ones that did not meet the criteria will not be maintained when the UK begins to operate an independent trade remedies framework. All maintained measures will be reviewed to ensure they are suitable for the UK’s market.
The provisional findings are based on evidence from businesses, validated through reputable publicly available sources. The clear and objective criteria for our decisions were explained in the call for evidence.
We are now inviting anyone with an interest to review these provisional findings and provide any further evidence which could affect our decisions. This includes providing an application to maintain measures covering products produced in the UK, if one was not provided earlier.
Anyone wishing to provide further information or an application should look at the original call for evidence, which explains what information we need. The Government will announce the conclusions of the call for evidence by the end of the year.
Responses to the provisional findings of the call for evidence, including applications to maintain measures and submissions of evidence should be emailed to email@example.com by 12pm on 24 August 2018.
If you are unable to respond by email, please send your response to the following address:
Trade remedies call for evidence
2nd floor, 3 Whitehall Place
London SW1A 2AW
Information which you provide to us in response to this call for evidence will be used by us to determine which measures meet the required criteria, and therefore can be maintained. It will not be used by us for any other purpose.
Information which you provide to us in response to this call for evidence which you have indicated as being confidential (or that ought reasonably to be considered as confidential), together with any personal data (within the meaning of the Data Protection Act 1998), will be treated as confidential by the department.