March 1, Canada decided not to Chinese-made drywall screws antidumping and countervailing filing Interim Review
March 1, 2010, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal announced its decision not originating in mainland China and Taiwan drywall screws antidumping and countervailing interim review filing.
January 6, 2010, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal on the origin of anti-dumping and countervailing duty sunset review final ruling of industrial damage to carbon steel and stainless steel fasteners in China and Taiwan, ruled that originated in mainland China and Taiwan dumping and subsidization of carbon steel fasteners to the Canadian domestic industry caused substantial damage, so the carbon steel fasteners continue to levy anti-dumping duties and countervailing duties; the origin of stainless steel fasteners in Taiwan is not on the Canadian domestic industry caused substantial damage, thus ending the stainless steel fasteners anti-dumping duties. January 22, 2010, Canada Leland Industries Inc. to the Canadian International Trade Tribunal to apply that drywall screws should not be excluded outside the scope of the product concerned, thus requiring originating in drywall screw in China and Taiwan mid-term review of anti-dumping and countervailing duty investigations. Canadian International Trade Tribunal after hearing think, if drywall screws included in the product concerned, it is necessary to modify the scope of the customs code of the product concerned, and according to relevant laws and regulations of Canada, does not exclude the product concerned outside the scope of the product under review. Therefore, the decision not to antidumping and countervailing interim review filed in drywall screw in China and Taiwan.