On 27 September the International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (Itac) announced the substitution of anti-dumping items 204.05/2004.10.2/03.07 and 204.05/2004.10.2/04.07, in terms of Part 1 of Schedule No 2 to the Customs and Excise Act, 1964 “Anti-dumping, Countervailing and Safeguard Duties on Imported Goods - Anti-Dumping Duties on Imported Goods” to amend the name of the producer and/or exporter PinguinLutosa Foods BV to Lutosa.
Anti-dumping item 204.05/2004.10.2/03.07 “Chips or French fries produced by Lutosa”, covered in rebate items 301.00 to 399.00, and 401.00 to 499.00, imported from or originating in Belgium, the rate of anti-dumping duty is 5.81%.
Anti-dumping item 204.05/2004.10.2/04.07 “Chips or French fries (excluding those produced by Agristo N.V Harelbeke, Clarebout Potatoes N.V, Mydibel Foods S.A and Lutosa)” covered in rebate items 301.00 to 399.00, and 401.00 to 499.00, imported from or originating in Belgium, the rate of anti-dumping duty is 30.77%.
The anti-dumping amendments are effective on the date, the reasoning for which is provided in ITAC Minute 04/2019.
Story by: Riaan de Lange