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The investigation was announced in the Official Journal reference C264 dated 11 August 2017, relating to imports of new and re-treaded tyres for buses or lorries, originating in the People’s Republic of China.
For information only, the products currently fall within CN codes:
- 4011 2090
- 4012 1200
Procedures relating to the implementation of the common commercial policy gives details of how interested parties can make their views known.
The investigation must be finished within 15 months, although it can be terminated earlier.
A decision to impose provisional duties can be taken after a minimum of 60 days from the start of the formal investigation but it’s usually imposed for the last 6 months of the investigation. If this happens, a security to the value of anti-dumping duty is taken on imports entering into free circulation and held until the results of the investigation are published.
At the end of the investigation, the provisional anti-dumping duty may be made definitive, may lapse or be cancelled. If, following the investigation, it’s decided that the duty should be made definitive, the security will be collected. Definitive measures will normally remain in place for 5 years.
A decision to register imports of the product can be made up to 3 months before any provisional duty is imposed. If this happens anti-dumping duty can be applied retrospectively to imports from the start of the registration period until provisional or definitive duty is imposed.
Read Your Charter to find out what you can expect from HM Revenue and Customs and what we expect from you.