New anti-dumping commissioner announced
The minister of home affairs and minister for justice Jason Clare yesterday officially announced the appointment of Dale Seymour as the new anti-dumping commissioner. The creation of the Commission follows a report by the Hon John Brumby, former premier of Victoria, recommending that a separate, adequately resourced commission be established and that an immediate increase in resources be allocated to anti-dumping.
In accordance with these recommendations, a $24m funding boost over the next four years will assist the new commissioner to address some of the issues identified by Brumby. Those issues include the fact that dumping is on the increase in Australia, and that public confidence in the system is low…
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