Van Bael & Bellis successfully assists Italian exporters in obtaining the repeal of the Australian anti-dumping measures on imports of prepared or preserved tomatoes from Italy
Van Bael & Bellis successfully assisted three Italian exporters (Attianese, Mutti, and Princes) in obtaining the repeal of anti-dumping measures imposed by the Australian Anti-Dumping Commission on imports of prepared or preserved tomatoes from Italy.
This result was achieved in a sunset review in which the Australian Anti-Dumping Commission decided that the anti-dumping duties of up to 17.6% applicable to imports of tomatoes from Italy should be repealed as it determined that there is no likelihood of continuation or recurrence of injurious dumping for the product concerned in the future. Attianese, Mutti, and Princes were assisted by Van Bael & Bellis partner Gabriele Coppo.
The Anti-Dumping Notice was published today on the website of the Australian Anti-Dumping Commission.