CBSA Re-investigates Oil country tubular goods and seamless casing SIMA cases

Re-investigations are conducted periodically by the CBSA to update normal values, export prices or amounts of subsidy and to establish values for new exporters or new models to ensure that the values in place accurately reflect current market conditions.

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), on June 27th, 2024, has initiated a re-investigation of the OCTG1, OCTG2 and SC SIMA cases currently in force.

Exporters who provide a complete, accurate and timely responses to the CBSA’s request for information (RFI), will be considered cooperative and be provided with normal values. In such case, anti-dumping duties would not apply to imports of subject goods from these exporters which are sold to Canada at or above the normal values issued by CBSA.

Complete details regarding the re-investigations are available here.

Please contact your Livingston account representative should you have any questions.