Are your goods subject to Anti-dumping measures.

 

Dumping generally occurs when a company exports a product into Australia at a price that is lower than the price charged in the country of manufacture.

Subsidisation is a financial benefit an exporter receives from a government. This subsidy may allow the exporter to sell their goods to Australia at a lower price.

 

Anti-dumping and countervailing

An anti-dumping measure is an additional duty on dumped imports that have injured Australian industry.

A countervailing measure is an additional duty on subsidised imports that have injured Australian industry.

These duties are imposed by the Minister on the recommendation of the Commissioner.

You can use the below link to view the goods currently listed in the dumping commodity register.

 

https://www.industry.gov.au/regulations-and-standards/anti-dumping-and-countervailing-system/anti-dumping-commission-measures