Anti-dumping and countervailing duties regime: Introducing an automatic termination period in conjunction with a bounded public interest test

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​ The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) is consulting on introducing an automatic termination period (ATP) into the anti-dumping regime, in addition to a bounded public interest test.  As part of the consultation process, MBIE invites submissions from interested parties on a supplementary discussion paper titled “Introducing a Bounded Public Interest Test and Automatic Termination Period into the Anti-Dumping and Countervailing Duties Regime”.

The supplementary discussion paper can be found here.

Last date for submission is 26 June 2015. Submissions may be made electronically (preferred) or by post.  Electronic submissions should be in Adobe Acrobat or Microsoft Word or compatible format and sent as an attachment to: 

Postal submissions should be sent to:

The General Manager
Trade and International Environment Branch
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
P O Box 1473

12 June 2015


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