31 May 2022
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Tribunal finds dumping/subsidizing of drill pipe from China causes no injury to Canadian industry

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal announced it terminated its preliminary inquiry into a complaint by a Canadian manufacturer that dumped and subsidized imports of drill pipe from the People’s Republic of China have caused or threatened to cause injury to, or have retarded the establishment of, the domestic industry.

The Tribunal determined that there was no reasonable indication that the alleged dumping and subsidizing have caused or threaten to cause injury or retardation.

The Canada Border Services Agency will therefore terminate its dumping and subsidizing investigations and the Tribunal will not initiate a final injury inquiry.

Link: Preliminary injury inquiry PI-2021-006

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