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Committee on Anti-Dumping Practices - Informal Group on Anti-Circumvention - Topic 1 - What Constitutes Circumvention? - Paper by New Zealand
日期:2005/08/19
作者:New Zealand
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World Trade Organization RESTRICTED G/ADP/IG/W/11 20 October 1998 (98-4056) Committee on Anti-Dumping Practices Informal Group on Anti-Circumvention Original: English topic 1 – what constitutes circumvention? Paper by New Zealand The following communication, dated 12 October 1998, has been received from the Permanent Mission of New Zealand. _______________ Circumvention of anti-dumping measures may occur where, following the imposition of anti-dumping measures, importers seek to evade the scope and the application of the anti-dumping notice. In New Zealand, this evasion can be covered by the existing order imposing anti-dumping duties, provided that the goods concerned are still like goods and where the country of origin or export does not change. Where the evasion is based on fraudulent behaviour it can also be dealt with under the relevant legislation, such as the Customs and Excise Act. In all other cases, New Zealand would deal with evasi