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TRA initiates transition review into chamois leather from China

2024-02-21

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The TRA has initiated a transition review into an anti-dumping measure on imports of chamois leather from China.

From:Trade Remedies AuthorityPublished20 February 2024

The Trade Remedies Authority (TRA) has today (20 February) initiated a transition review (insert link from public file) into an anti-dumping measure on chamois leather imported from China.

Chamois leather is a type of porous leather made from the top split of a sheepskin, lambskin or other animal skin. It has almost no abrasive properties and is commonly used to dry automobile surfaces. Chamois leather has been produced in Europe since the 10th century.

The TRA will be reviewing this measure, which was inherited from the EU, to determine whether it is still suitable for the UK’s needs. The current anti-dumping duty amount applied to chamois leather from China is 58.9%.

The period of investigation for this transition review is 1 January 2023 to 31 December 2023. The injury period for the case is 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2023.

Businesses that may be affected by the measure can register their interest through the Trade Remedies Service by 6 March. Interested parties that register after this date may not be able to participate fully in the review. Any new case developments will be posted on the TRA’s public file.

Notes to editors:

  • The Trade Remedies Authority is the UK body that investigates whether new trade remedy measures are needed to counter unfair import practices and unforeseen surges of imports.
  • The TRA is an arm’s length body of the Department for Business and Trade.
  • Anti-dumping duties allow a country or union to act against goods which are being sold at less than their normal value – this is defined as the price for ‘like goods’ sold in the exporter’s home market.
  • These measures are one of the three types of trade remedy measures – along with countervailing measures against countervailable subsidies and safeguard measures which address sudden, unforeseen floods of imports – that are allowed under World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules.

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