Affected product is ironing boards manufactured in China by Zhejiang Harmonic Hardware Products Co Ltd (“Harmonic”).
The annulment arises because the Commission has infringed the rights of Harmonic in its imposition of the anti-dumping measure.
What does this mean?
This means that where anti-dumping duty has been paid, it can now be recovered, going back to the date of imposition of the initial measure in April 2007. The rate of anti-dumping duty levied during this time has been 26.5% of the import value, so duty reclaims could be substantial.
Furthermore, this ADD is no longer due on future imports of these ironing boards, from Harmonic, with immediate effect. However, the Commission is also re-opening the investigation into dumping, insofar as it relates to Harmonic, so we cannot exclude the possibility of a new anti-dumping measure taking effect on completion of the re-opened investigation.
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