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Act No. 18 of 1961 as amended, taking into account amendments up to Act No. 216 of 1973
Registered 25 Nov 2009
Start Date 31 Dec 1973
End Date 20 Jun 1975
Date of repeal 20 Jun 1975
Repealed by Customs Tariff (Anti-Dumping) Act 1975

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961 [Note: This Act is "repealed" by Act No. 76 of 1975]
(#DATE 19:12:1973)

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- Reprinted as at 19 December 1973

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - TABLE OF PROVISIONS

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CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973

TABLE OF PROVISIONS
Section
1. Short title
2. Commencement
3. Repeal and saving
4. Interpretation
5. Incorporation
6. Imposition of duties of customs
7. Dumping duty
8. Dumping duty-third country
9. Countervailing duty
10. Countervailing duty-third country
10A. Freight less than normal freight
11. Injury not to include insubstantial injury
12. Emergency duty
13. Notices not to be published if inconsistent with international
obligations
14. Duties to be charged separately
15. Exchange rate
16. Power to specify goods
17. Revocation of notices
18. Special duties to be additional to ordinary duties

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 1.
Short title.

SECT

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973

An Act relating to certain Special Duties of Customs.
Short title amended; No. 32, 1918, s. 2.
1. This Act may be cited as the Customs Tariff (Dumping and Subsidies) Act 1961-1973.*

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 2.
Commencement.

SECT

2. This Act shall come into operation on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.*

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 3.
Repeal and saving.

SECT

3. (1) The following Acts are repealed:-

Customs Tariff (Industries Preservation) Act 1921;

Customs Tariff (Industries Preservation) Act 1922;

Customs Tariff (Industries Preservation) Act 1933;

Customs Tariff (Industries Preservation) Act 1936;

Customs Tariff (Industries Preservation) Act 1956;

Customs Tariff (Industries Preservation) Act 1957.

(2) Subject to the next succeeding sub-section, where, immediately before the date of commencement of this Act, a special duty was payable on any goods under the Customs Tariff (Industries Preservation) Act 1921-1957 in consequence of the publication by the Minister of a notice in the Gazette specifying those goods, the special duty continues to be payable on those goods, and may be charged and collected, in accordance with that Act on and after that date notwithstanding the repeal of the Acts specified in the last preceding sub-section.

(3) The Minister may, by notice published in the Gazette, revoke a notice referred to in the last preceding sub-section, and, upon the revocation of the notice, the special duty on goods specified in the notice ceases to be payable, and shall not be charged or collected, on goods entered for home consumption on or after the date of revocation.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 4.
Interpretation.

SECT

Sub-section (1) amended by No. 117, 1965, s. 3.
4. (1) In this Act, unless the contrary intention appears-

''delivery charges in the country of export'', in relation to goods that have been exported to Australia, means charges or costs in respect of the handling (including the placing in outside packages), transporting or loading of the goods in the country of export with a view to exporting the goods from that country;

''export price'', in relation to goods that have been exported to Australia, means an amount, expressed in Australian currency, equal to-

(a) where the goods have been sold by the exporter, on or before the date of exportation, to the person who imports them into Australia-the sum of-

(i) the price paid or to be paid for the goods by the importer, but not including any part of that price that, in the opinion of the Minister, represents a charge in respect of transport or insurance of the goods after they have been exported or in respect of any other matter arising after that time, or represents a charge in respect of the cost of supplying outside packages for the goods; and

(ii) any delivery charges in the country of export that have been incurred by the importer in relation to the goods and are not included in that price; or

(b) in any other case-the amount that, in the opinion of the Minister, would have been the export price of the goods in accordance with the last preceding paragraph if the export of the goods to Australia had been the result of a sale of the goods by the exporter to a person in Australia;

''exporter'', in relation to goods that have been exported to Australia, includes a person who placed the goods on board the ship, aircraft or vehicle in which the goods left the country of export;

''the normal value'', in relation to goods that have been exported to Australia, means whichever of the following amounts, as ascertained by the Minister, expressed in Australian currency, is determined by the Minister to be the normal value of those goods:-

(a) an amount equal to the fair market value of like goods sold in the country of export for home consumption in the ordinary course of trade plus delivery charges in the country of export in relation to the goods, but not including any duties or other taxes paid or payable in that country in respect of the goods, being duties or taxes that are remitted or refunded on export;

(b) an amount equal to the highest comparable price paid for like goods sold in the country of export for export to a third country in the ordinary course of trade plus delivery charges in the country of export in relation to the goods, but not including any duties or other taxes paid or payable in the country of export in respect of the goods, being duties of taxes that are remitted or refunded on export;

(c) an amount equal to the fair market value of like goods produced or manufactured, and sold, in a third country selected by the Minister, being a country in which, in the opinion of the Minister, the costs of production or manufacture are similar to those in the country of export, in the ordinary course of trade for home consumption in that third country plus delivery charges in the country of export in relation to the goods, but not including any duties or other taxes paid or payable in the third country in respect of the goods, being duties or taxes that are remitted or refunded on export; or

(d) an amount equal to the sum of-

(i) the cost of production or manufacture of the goods or, if the Minister is of opinion that adequate information as to the cost of production or manufacture of the goods cannot be obtained, such amount as is estimated by the Minister to be the cost of production or manufacture of the goods;

(ii) delivery charges in the country of export in relation to the goods; and

(iii) such additional amount in respect of selling costs and profit as is determined by the Minister;

''The Tariff Board'' means the Tariff Board established under the Tariff Board Act 1921-1960.
Inserted by No. 117, 1965, s. 3.

(1A) Where the Minister is of opinion that there are reasonable grounds for believing that, in relation to any goods, the amount of the price referred to in sub-paragraph (i) of paragraph (a) of the definition of ''export price'' in the last preceding sub-section, or the amount of any charge referred to in sub-paragraph (ii) of that paragraph, was fixed with a view to-

(a) avoiding the imposition on the goods or on other goods of a special duty under section seven or eight of this Act; or

(b) reducing the amount of such a special duty that is payable in respect of the goods or causing such a special duty not to be payable in respect of the goods,
the Minister may determine an amount to be the export price of the goods for the purposes of this Act, being the amount that, in the opinion of the Minister, would have been the export price of the goods in accordance with the definition of ''export price'' in the last preceding sub- section if the fixing of the amount of that first-mentioned price or charge had not been affected by either of the considerations referred to in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this sub-section.
Inserted by No. 117, 1965, s. 3.

(1B) In forming an opinion in relation to goods for the purposes of paragraph (b) of the definition of ''export price'' in sub-section (1) of this section or for the purposes of the last preceding sub-section, the Minister may have regard to any matter that he considers relevant and, in particular, may have regard to-

(a) any dealing in, or any action taken with a view to dealing in, the goods, whether before or after the importation of the goods into Australia;

(b) any use of the goods after importation into Australia and any value attributed to the goods in connexion with any such use; or

(c) any dealing in, or any action taken with a view to dealing in, other goods in the production of which the first-mentioned goods have been used or in which the first-mentioned goods have been incorporated.

(2) In this Act-

(a) a reference to an inquiry by the Tariff Board shall be read as including a reference to such an inquiry held or commenced to be held before the commencement of this Act; and

(b) a reference to a report by the Tariff Board shall be read as including a reference to a report made upon such an inquiry.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 5.
Incorporation.

SECT

5. The Customs Act 1901-1960 is incorporated and shall be read as one with this Act.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 6.
Imposition of duties of customs.

SECT

6. Duties of customs are imposed in accordance with this Act.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 7.
Dumping duty.

SECT

Sub-section (1) substituted by No. 117, 1965, s. 4.
7. (1) If the Minister, after inquiry and report by the Tariff Board, is satisfied, as to any goods, that-

(a) the export price of any of those goods that have been exported to Australia is less than the normal value of the goods so exported; and

(b) the exportation of those goods is causing or threatening injury to an Australian industry producing or manufacturing like or directly competitive goods or may hinder the establishment of an Australian industry in connexion with the production or manufacture of like or directly competitive goods,
the Minister may cause a notice to be published in the Gazette specifying the goods as to which he is so satisfied.

(2) Upon the publication of a notice under this section, there shall be charged, collected and paid to the use of the Queen for the purposes of the Commonwealth, on goods specified in the notice imported into Australia, a special duty (in this section referred to as ''the dumping duty'').

(3) The amount of the dumping duty in respect of any goods is a sum equal to the amount by which the export price of the goods is less than the normal value of the goods at the date of exportation.
Amended by No. 117, 1965, s. 4; and No. 216, 1973, s. 3.

(4) The Minister may, by instrument in writing, exempt goods from the dumping duty if he is satisfied-

(a) that like or directly competitive goods are not offered for sale in Australia to all purchasers on equal terms under like conditions having regard to the custom and usage of trade;

(b) that the difference between the export price of the goods and the normal value of the goods at the date of exportation does not exceed ten per centum of the normal value and that the exemption would not cause injury to an Australian industry producing or manufacturing like or directly competitive goods;

(ba) that-

(i) the tariff classification in the First Schedule to the Customs Tariff 1966-1973 that applies to the goods, or, where the goods are goods to which sections 33A and 33B of that Act applies, the item in the Second Schedule to that Act that applies to the goods, is expressed to apply to goods, or to a class or kind of goods, as prescribed by by-law; and

(ii) suitably equivalent goods the produce or manufacture of Australia are not reasonably available;

(bb) that the imposition of the dumping duty on the goods would be inconsistent with the obligations of the Commonwealth under any international agreement relating to tariffs or trade; or

(c) that the goods, being articles of merchandise, are for use as samples for the sale of similar goods.
Amended by No. 117, 1965, s. 4.

(5) Where the Minister exempts goods from the dumping duty under the last preceding sub-section by reason of his being satisfied as to a matter specified in paragraph (a), (b) or (ba) of that sub-section, the instrument of exemption shall be published in the Gazette.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 8.
Dumping duty-third country.

SECT

Sub-section (1) substituted by No. 117, 1965, s. 5.
8. (1) If the Minister is satisfied, as to any goods produced or manufactured in a particular country, that-

(a) the export price of any of those goods that have been exported to Australia is less than the normal value of the goods so exported; and

(b) the exportation of those goods is causing or threatening injury to the trade in the Australian market of producers or manufacturers in a third country of like or directly competitive goods,
the Minister may cause a notice to be published in the Gazette specifying the goods as to which he is so satisfied.

(2) Upon the publication of a notice under this section, there shall be charged, collected and paid to the use of the Queen for the purposes of the Commonwealth, on goods specified in the notice imported into Australia, a special duty (in this section referred to as ''the third country dumping duty'').

(3) The amount of the third country dumping duty in respect of any goods is a sum equal to the amount by which the export price of the goods is less than the normal value of the goods at the date of exportation.

(4) The Minister may, by instrument in writing, exempt goods from the third country dumping duty if he is satified-

(a) that like or directly competitive goods are not offered for sale in Australia to all purchasers on equal terms under like conditions having regard to the custom and usage of trade;

(b) that the difference between the export price of the goods and the normal value of the goods at the date of exportation does not exceed ten per centum of the normal value and that the exemption would not cause injury to the trade in the Australian market of producers or manufacturers in the third country of like or directly competitive goods; or

(c) that the goods, being articles of merchandise, are for use as samples for the sale of similar goods.

(5) Where the Minister exempts goods from the third country dumping duty under the last preceding sub-section by reason of his being satisfied as to a matter specified in paragraph (a) or (b) of that sub-section, the instrument of exemption shall be published in the Gazette.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 9.
Countervailing duty.

SECT

Sub-section (1) substituted by No. 117, 1965, s. 6.
9. (1) If the Minister, after inquiry and report by the Tariff Board, is satisfied, as to any goods, that-

(a) there has been paid or granted, directly or indirectly, upon the production, manufacture, carriage or export of any of those goods that have been exported to Australia, a subsidy, bounty, reduction or remission of freight or other financial assistance; and

(b) the exportation of those goods is causing or threatening injury to an Australian industry producing or manufacturing like or directly competitive goods or may hinder the establishment of an Australian industry in connexion with the production or manufacture of like or directly competitive goods,
the Minister may cause a notice to be published in the Gazette specifying the goods as to which he is so satisfied.

(2) Upon the publication of a notice under this section, there shall be charged, collected and paid to the use of the Queen for the purposes of the Commonwealth, on goods specified in the notice imported into Australia, a special duty (in this section referred to as ''the countervailing duty'').
Amended by No. 117, 1965, s. 6.

(3) The amount of the countervailing duty in respect of any goods is a sum equal to the amount of the subsidy, bounty, reduction or remission of freight or other financial assistance that the Minister is satisfied has been paid or granted, directly or indirectly, upon the production, manufacture, carriage or export of the goods.

(4) If the Minister is of opinion that adequate information as to the amount of subsidy, bounty, reduction or remission of freight or other financial assistance cannot be obtained, the amount of subsidy, bounty, reduction or remission of freight or other financial assistance shall, for the purpose of this section, be such as is determined by the Minister.

(5) In this section, ''financial assistance'' includes the benefit accruing to an exporter from the use of dual or multiple rates of exchange in relation to the proceeds of export sales.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 10.
Countervailing duty-third country.

SECT

Sub-section (1) substituted by No. 117, 1965, s. 7.
10. (1) If the Minister is satisfied, as to any goods produced or manufactured in a particular country, that-

(a) there has been paid or granted, directly or indirectly, upon the production, manufacture, carriage or export of any of those goods that have been exported to Australia a subsidy, bounty, reduction or remission of freight or other financial assistance; and

(b) the exportation of those goods is causing or threatening injury to the trade in the Australian market of producers or manufacturers in a third country of like or directly competitive goods,
the Minister may cause a notice to be published in the Gazette specifying the goods as to which he is so satisfied.

(2) Upon the publication of a notice under this section, there shall be charged, collected and paid to the use of the Queen for the purposes of the Commonwealth, on goods specified in the notice imported into Australia, a special duty (in this section referred to as ''the third country countervailing duty'').
Amended by No. 117, 1965, s. 7.

(3) The amount of the third country countervailing duty in respect of any goods is a sum equal to the amount of the subsidy, bounty, reduction or remission of freight or other financial assistance that the Minister is satisfied has been paid or granted, directly or indirectly, upon the production, manufacture, carriage or export of the goods.

(4) If the Minister is of opinion that adequate information as to the amount of subsidy, bounty, reduction or remission of freight or other financial assistance cannot be obtained, the amount of subsidy, bounty, reduction or remission of freight or other financial assistance shall, for the purpose of this section, be such as is determined by the Minister.

(5) In this section, ''financial assistance'' includes the benefit accruing to an exporter from the use of dual or multiple rates of exchange in relation to the proceeds of export sales.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 10A.
Freight less than normal freight.

SECT

Inserted by No. 117, 1965, s. 8.
10A. (1) Where the Minister is satisfied that, by reason of any circumstance, including the granting of rebates, refunds or other allowances, goods exported to Australia have been carried from the country of export to Australia freight free, or the amount or the net amount of freight, expressed in Australian currency, paid or payable in respect of the carriage of the goods is less than the normal freight in relation to the goods-

(a) the Minister shall be deemed, for the purposes of sub-section (1) of section nine, or sub-section (1) of section ten, of this Act, to be satisfied that a reduction of freight has been granted upon the carriage of the goods; and

(b) where a special duty under section nine or section ten of this Act is chargeable (whether by virtue of this section or otherwise) on goods as to which the Minister is so satisfied, the Minister shall be deemed, for the purposes of sub-section (3) of section nine, or sub-section (3) of section ten, of this Act, to be satisfied that the amount of the reduction of freight that has been granted upon the carriage of the goods is an amount equal to-

(i) in the case of goods carried freight free-the amount of the normal freight in relation to the goods; and

(ii) in the case of other goods-the amount by which the normal freight in relation to the goods exceeds the amount or the net amount of the freight, expressed in Australian currency, paid or payable in respect of the carriage of the goods.

(2) In this section-

''the normal freight'', in relation to goods exported to Australia, means the amount of freight that would have been payable in respect of the carriage of the goods from the country of export to Australia if the rate of freight applicable to that carriage were a rate determined by the Minister to be the appropriate rate, in Australian currency, in respect of that carriage having regard to the ruling rates of freight (if any), at the date of exportation of the goods, in respect of the carriage of similar goods by general cargo vessels trading regularly with Australia, and to any other matter that the Minister considers relevant.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 11.
Injury not to include insubstantial injury.

SECT

Amended by No. 117, 1965, s. 9.
11. A reference in section seven, eight, nine or ten of this Act to an injury does not include a reference to an insubstantial injury and a reference in section seven or nine of this Act to the hindering of the establishment of an Australian industry does not include a reference to an insubstantial hindrance to the establishment of such an industry.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 12.
Emergency duty.

SECT

Sub-section (1) amended by No. 117, 1965, s. 10; and No. 216, 1973, s. 3.
12. (1) If the Minister is satisfied that any goods that are produced or manufactured in a particular country have been or are being imported into Australia under such conditions as to cause or threaten serious injury-

(a) to producers or manufacturers in Australia of like or directly competitive goods;

(b) to producers or manufacturers in the United Kingdom of like or directly competitive goods; or

(c) to producers or manufacturers in another country of like or directly competitive goods the rate of the duty of Customs imposed on which in accordance with the First Schedule to the Customs Tariff 1966-1973 is not greater than the rate of the duty of Customs so imposed on goods of the same kind the produce or manufacture of the United Kingdom,
he may cause a notice to be published in the Gazette specifying the goods as to which he is so satisfied.

(2) Upon the publication of a notice under this section, there shall be charged, collected and paid to the use of the Queen for the purposes of the Commonwealth, on goods specified in the notice imported into Australia, a special duty (in this section referred to as ''the emergency duty'').

(3) The amount of the emergency duty in respect of any goods is a sum equal to the amount, if any, by which the landed duty-paid cost of the goods is less than a reasonably competitive landed duty-paid cost ascertained as determined by the Minister.

(4) In making a determination under the last preceding sub-section in relation to goods produced or manufactured in a particular country, the Minister shall, if like or directly competitive goods produced or manufactured in another country are being imported into Australia, have regard to the landed duty-paid cost of the last-mentioned goods.

(5) In this section, ''the landed duty-paid cost'' means-

(a) in relation to goods that have been purchased by the importer-the amount, expressed in Australian currency, that is equal to the cost to the importer (including the amount of any duty of customs other than the emergency duty) of the goods landed in Australia; or

(b) in relation to any other goods (including goods consigned by the producer or manufacturer of the goods for sale in Australia)-the amount, expressed in Australian currency, that would have been the landed duty-paid cost, in accordance with the last preceding paragraph, if the person who owned the goods at the time of their importation into Australia had, before the goods were imported, sold them to a person in Australia and that last-mentioned person had imported them into Australia.

(6) Where, in relation to any goods, the Minister is of opinion that-

(a) it is difficult to ascertain the landed duty-paid cost; or

(b) the purchase price or any other item of cost to be included in the landed duty-paid cost was not fixed in good faith on a commercial basis,
the Minister may determine the landed duty-paid cost, having regard to costs of production and manufacture in the country in which the goods were produced or manufactured and other relevant matters.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 13.
Notices not to be published if inconsistent with international obligations.

SECT

13. The Minister shall not cause a notice to be published under sub-section (1) of section eight, ten or twelve of this Act unless he is satisfied that the publication of the notice is not inconsistent with the obligations of the Commonwealth under any international agreement relating to tariffs or trade.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 14.
Duties to be charged separately.

SECT

14. The several duties imposed by this Act shall be separately charged, notwithstanding that more than one duty applies to any particular goods.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 15.
Exchange rate.

SECT

Sub-section (1) amended by No. 117, 1965, s. 11.
15. (1) For the purposes of the imposition or calculation of any duty under this Act in respect of any goods, the equivalent amount in Australian currency of an amount calculated in a currency other than Australian currency shall be ascertained in accordance with a fair rate of exchange at the date of exportation of the goods.

(2) For the purpose of this section, the Minister may, where he considers it desirable so to do for the avoidance of doubt, specify, by notice published in the Gazette, a rate that is to be deemed to be, or to have been, a fair rate of exchange in relation to a currency-

(a) on a date, or during a period, preceding the date of publication of the notice; or

(b) from and including the date of publication of the notice, or an earlier date specified in the notice, until the revocation of the notice.

(3) The rate of exchange specified in relation to a currency in pursuance of the last preceding sub-section shall, for the purpose of calculating the amount of duty payable on any goods exported on the date or during the period to which the rate so specified applies, be the rate of exchange that shall be applied for the purpose of sub-section (1) of this section in respect of the currency specified in the notice.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 16.
Power to specify goods.

SECT

16. (1) The powers given by this Act to the Minister to cause notices to be published specifying goods extend to the publication of notices specifying-

(a) goods of a particular class or kind;

(b) goods exported from a particular country;

(c) goods contained in a particular shipment;

(d) goods exported by a particular exporter;

(e) goods specified in such other manner as the Minister thinks fit; and

(f) goods entered for home consumption before the date of publication of the notice as well as goods entered for home consumption on or after that date.
Added by No. 117, 1965, s. 12.

(2) An instrument of exemption under sub-section (4) of section seven, or sub-section (4) of section eight, of this Act, may be expressed to apply to goods specified in any manner in which goods may be specified in a notice referred to in the last preceding sub-section.
Added by No. 117, 1965, s. 12.

(3) An instrument of exemption referred to in the last preceding sub-section may relate to goods that were entered for home consumption before the date of the instrument.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 17.
Revocation of notices.

SECT

17. (1) The Minister may, by notice published in the Gazette, revoke a notice specifying goods published in pursuance of this Act.

(2) Upon the revocation of a notice, the special duty on goods specified in the notice ceases to be payable, and shall not be charged or collected, on goods entered for home consumption on or after the date of revocation.

CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - SECT. 18.
Special duties to be additional to ordinary duties.

SECT

18. The special duties payable under this Act are in addition to such other duties of customs (if any) as are payable under any other Act.
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CUSTOMS TARIFF (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT 1961-1973 - NOTE


NOTE
1. The Customs Tariff (Dumping and Subsidies) Act 1961-1973 comprises the Customs Tariff (Dumping and Subsidies) Act 1961 as amended by the other Acts specified in the following table:
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Number Date of
Act and year Date of
Assent commencement
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Customs Tariff (Dumping
and Subsidies) Act 1961 No. 18, 1961 15 May 1961 15 May 1961
Customs Tariff (Dumping
and Subsidies) Act 1965 No. 117, 1965 18 Dec 1965 18 Dec 1965
Statute Law Revision Act
1973 No. 216, 1973 19 Dec 1973 31 Dec 1973
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