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Published Date 31 Jul 2014

Customs Act 1901 – Part XVB

Prepared or Preserved Tomatoes

Exported from Italy

Findings in relation to an Accelerated Review

of Anti-Dumping Measures

Public Notice under subsection 269ZG(3) of the Customs Act 1901


The Commissioner of the Anti-Dumping Commission has completed the accelerated review, which commenced on 17 April 2014, of the anti-dumping measures applying to prepared or preserved tomatoes exported to Australia from Italy, in so far as they affect Davia S.p.A.


Recommendations resulting from that review, reasons for the recommendations and material findings of fact and law in relation to the review are contained in Anti-Dumping Commission Report No. 246 (REP 246).


I, ROBERT CHARLES BALDWIN, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Industry, have considered REP 246 and have decided to accept the recommendations and reasons for the recommendations, including all the material findings of facts or law set out in REP 246.


Under subsection 269ZG(3)(a) of the Customs Act 1901 (the Act), I declare that,

for the purposes of the Act and the Customs Tariff (Anti-Dumping) Act 1975, the original dumping duty notice is to remain unchanged.


REP 246 has been placed on the public record, which may be examined at the Anti-Dumping Commission office by contacting the case manager on the details provided below. Alternatively, the public record is available at www.adcommission.gov.au


Enquiries concerning this notice may be directed to the case management team by email to operations1@adcommission.gov.au, by telephone on (03) 9244 8259 or by fax on 1300 882 506 or +61 2 6275 6888 (outside Australia).


Dated this 24th day of July 2014



Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Industry