Oil Country Tubular Goods – Notice of Expiry of Finding
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal hereby gives notice, pursuant to subsection 76.03(2) of the Special Import Measures Act, that its finding made on April 2, 2015, in Inquiry No. NQ‑2014‑002, concerning the dumping of oil country tubular goods, which are casing, tubing and green tubes made of carbon or alloy steel, welded or seamless, heat‐treated or not heat-treated, regardless of end finish, having an outside diameter from 2 3/8 inches to 13 3/8 inches (60.3 mm to 339.7 mm), meeting or supplied to meet American Petroleum Institute (API) specification 5CT or equivalent and/or enhanced proprietary standards, in all grades, excluding drill pipe, pup joints, couplings, coupling stock and stainless steel casing, tubing or green tubes containing 10.5 percent or more by weight of chromium, originating in or exported from Chinese Taipei, the Republic of India, the Republic of Indonesia, the Republic of the Philippines, the Republic of Korea, the Kingdom of Thailand, the Republic of Turkey, Ukraine and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, is scheduled to expire on April 1, 2020, unless the Tribunal has initiated an expiry review.
Hot-Rolled Carbon Steel Plate 6 – Notice of Initiation of Expiry Review Investigation
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) has initiated an expiry review investigation to determine whether the expiry of the order is likely to result in the continuation or resumption of dumping of the subject goods. The CBSA will make a determination no later than June 4, 2020, and will issue a Statement of Reasons by June 19, 2020.
The subject goods are “Hot-rolled carbon steel plate and high strength low alloy steel plate not further manufactured than hot-rolled, heat-treated or not, in cut lengths in widths from 24 inches (610 mm) to 152 inches (3,860 mm) inclusive and in thicknesses from 0.187 inches (4.75 mm) up to and including 3.0 inches (76.0 mm) inclusive (with all dimensions being plus or minus allowable tolerances contained in the applicable standards e.g. ASTM standards A6/A6M and A20/A20M), originating in/or exported from Ukraine; excluding universal mill plate, plate for use in the manufacture of pipe and plate having a rolled, raised figure at regular intervals on the surface (also known as floor plate).”
Corrosion-resistant Steel Sheet, Preliminary Injury Inquiry
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal, has conducted a preliminary injury inquiry into whether the evidence discloses a reasonable indication that the dumping and subsidizing of corrosion-resistant flat‑rolled steel sheet products of carbon steel including products alloyed with the following elements:
• Boron (B) not more than 0.01%,
• Niobium (Nb) not more than 0.100%,
• Titanium (Ti) not more than 0.08%, or
• Vanadium (V) not more than 0.300%
in coils or cut lengths, in thicknesses up to 0.168 in. (4.267 mm) and widths up to 72 inch (1,828.8 mm) with all dimensions being plus or minus allowable tolerances contained in the applicable standards, with or without passivation and/or anti-fingerprint treatments, originating in or exported from the Republic of Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, and Socialist Republic of Vietnam, and excluding:
• corrosion-resistant steel sheet products for use in the manufacture of passenger automobiles, buses, trucks, ambulances or hearses or chassis therefor, or parts thereof, or accessories or parts thereof;
• steel products for use in the manufacture of aeronautic products;
• steel sheet that is coated or plated with tin, lead, nickel, copper, chromium, chromium oxides, both tin and lead (“terne plate”), or both chromium and chromium oxides (“tin free steel”);
• stainless flat-rolled steel products;
• corrosion-resistant steel sheet products that have been pre-painted, including with lacquers or varnishes, or permanently coated in plastic;
• galvanized armouring tape, which is narrow flat steel tape of 3 in. or less, that has been coated by a final operation with zinc by either the hot-dip galvanizing or the electrogalvanizing process so that all surfaces, including the edges, are coated;
• perforated steel,
• and tool steel
have caused injury or retardation or are threatening to cause injury, as these words are defined in SIMA.
This preliminary injury inquiry follows the notification, on November 8, 2019, that the President of the Canada Border Services Agency had initiated an investigation into the alleged injurious dumping and subsidizing of the above-mentioned goods.
The Canadian International Trade Tribunal hereby determines that there is evidence that discloses a reasonable indication that the dumping and subsidizing of the above-mentioned goods has caused or is threatening to cause injury to the domestic industry.