Two new developments in the Australian anti-dumping framework
Two substantial developments in the Australian anti-dumping framework were announced yesterday. The first members of the Anti-Dumping Review Panel have been announced, and three reforms to the anti-dumping legislative framework were introduced in the Commonwealth parliament.
The Trade Measures Review Officer will be replaced by the Anti-Dumping Review Panel, commencing on 10 June 2013. The members of the panel were announced yesterday: the Hon Michael Moore, a former justice of the Federal Court (senior member); Joan Fitzhenry, a specialist anti-dumping lawyer; and Graham McDonald, a former presidential member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal.
The new reforms will make three key changes to Australian anti-dumping legislation…
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