Anti-Dumping Injury Inquiries

Anti-dumping and countervailing duties are concerned with two types of unfair trading practices:  dumping and subsidizing. Dumping occurs when foreign producers sell their goods in the Canadian market for less than the price in their home markets. Subsidizing refers to the provision of financial or other support by foreign governments to their producers to reduce their costs of production. These practices may result in imports flooding the Canadian market at low prices and harming Canadian competitors. Complaints about dumping and subsidizing are filed with the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA). If the CBSA finds that imports are being dumped or subsidized, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal inquires to determine whether they are injurious to a domestic industry. If injurious, then anti-dumping or countervailing duties apply to the imports for an initial period of approximately five years, unless rescinded early, for example, because it would be in the public interest or there has been a material change in circumstances. The period of assessment of duties may be extended through a process known as an expiry review. For more information, see Anti-Dumping Injury Inquiries: A Descriptive Guide.

 

Dumping and Subsidizing

Case Number(s) Case Name Descriptionsort descending
NQ-89-003 WOMEN'S LEATHER AND NON-LEATHER BOOTS AND SHOES Decision
MP-97-001 FRESH GARLIC Decision
NQ-2000-002 STAINLESS STEEL ROUND BAR Decision
PI-2002-002 XANTHATES Decision
NQ-2004-001 CERTAIN STAINLESS STEEL WIRE Decision
PI-2007-001 SEAMLESS CARBON OR ALLOY STEEL OIL AND GAS WELL CASING Decision
NQ-2009-002 MATTRESS INNERSPRING UNITS Decision
NQ-93-005 12-GAUGE SHOTSHELLS Decision
PI-2012-003 CARBON STEEL WELDED PIPE Decision
NQ-2013-005 HOT-ROLLED CARBON STEEL PLATE Decision
NQ-96-004 CONCRETE PANELS Decision
PI‑2016-004 SILICON METAL Decision
PB-92-001 BICYCLES Decision
NQ-92-002 BICYCLES AND FRAMES Decision
MP-2003-001 BICYCLES Decision
NQ-2000-004 WATERPROOF FOOTWEAR AND BOTTOMS Decision
PI-2002-003 CARBON STEEL PIPE NIPPLES, THREADED COUPLINGS AND ADAPTOR FITTINGS Decision
NQ-2004-003 FROZEN SELF-RISING PIZZA Decision
NQ-93-003R SYNTHETIC BALER TWINE Decision
PI-2007-002 CARBON STEEL WELDED PIPE Decision
NQ-2009-003 HOT-ROLLED CARBON STEEL PLATE AND HIGH-STRENGTH LOW-ALLOY STEEL PLATE Decision
NQ-93-006 BLACK GRANITE MEMORIALS AND BLACK GRANITE SLABS Decision
PI-2012-004 UNITIZED WALL MODULES Decision
NQ-2014-001 CONCRETE REINFORCING BAR Decision
NQ-92-004 GYPSUM BOARD Decision
PI-2016-004 SILICON METAL Decision
PB-93-001 PREFORMED FIBREGLASS PIPE INSULATION WITH A VAPOUR BARRIER Decision
NQ-91-002R BEER Decision
IR-1-88 STAINLESS STEEL PIPE Decision
NQ-2000-005 GRAIN CORN Decision
PI-2003-001 STRUCTURAL TUBING Decision
NQ-2004-002 CERTAIN STEEL FUEL TANKS Decision
NQ-95-001 CAPS, LIDS AND JARS Decision
PI-2008-001 THERMOELECTRIC CONTAINERS Decision
NQ-2009-004 OIL COUNTRY TUBULAR GOODS Decision
NQ-93-007 CORROSION-RESISTANT STEEL SHEET PRODUCTS Decision
PI-2012-005 GALVANIZED STEEL WIRE Decision
NQ-2014-002 OIL COUNTRY TUBULAR GOODS Decision
NQ-92-006 TOMATO PASTE Decision
PI‑2017-001 CARBON AND ALLOY STEEL LINE PIPE Decision
PB-98-001 CERTAIN PREPARED BABY FOOD Decision
NQ-91-006R MACHINE TUFTED CARPETING Decision
MP-90-001 INTEGRAL HORSEPOWER INDUCTION MOTORS Decision
NQ-2000-006 GARLIC Decision
PI-2003-002 HOT-ROLLED CARBON STEEL PLATE AND HIGH-STRENGTH LOW-ALLOY STEEL PLATE Decision
NQ-2004-005 CERTAIN FASTENERS Decision
NQ-95-002 REFINED SUGAR Decision
PI-2008-002 ALUMINUM EXTRUSIONS Decision
NQ-2009-005 POLYISO INSULATION BOARD Decision
NQ-92-001 FRESH ICEBERG (HEAD) LETTUCE Decision