Imported goods subject to anti-dumping and countervailing duties

This page lists the imported goods that are subject to anti-dumping and countervailing duty in New Zealand.

Imported goods subject to duty

The table below sets out the imported goods subject to duty, our Customs instructions and the date the duties cease to apply.

Notes for the table

  • Customs instructions: We instruct the New Zealand Customs Service on how to apply the duty. Customs instructions may include confidential information excluded from the instructions available here.
  • Date duties cease: Anti-dumping and countervailing duties cease to be payable on imported goods 5 years after the final determination, unless they are subject to a review. 
Description of goods Customs instruction Date duties cease
Galvanised wire from China MBIE/AD/I/2020/002 [PDF, 555 KB] 12 March 2026
Galvanised wire from Malaysia MBIE/AD/R/2020/001 [PDF, 422 KB] 17 December 2025
Canned peaches from Greece MBIE/AD/R/2020/003 [PDF, 84 KB] 28 April 2026
Preserved peaches from Spain E/009/CS016/002 [PDF, 265 KB] Currently under review.
Canned peaches from South Africa E/009/CS003/001 [PDF, 105 KB] 13 March 2025

Suspended anti-dumping duties

The application of anti-dumping duties on residential building materials is suspended until 30 June 2019, at which date the suspension will expire.

From 1 July 2019, residential building materials will be treated the same as all other goods under the trade remedies regime and therefore can be subject to investigation, the Public Interest Test and the application of anti-dumping duties.

The Government originally made the suspension in Budget 2014 for 3 years and extended it for a further 2 years in May 2017.

The aim of the suspension is to:

  • promote competition in the residential construction sector
  • lift sector productivity
  • reduce the cost of residential construction.

Currently there are no anti-dumping duties subject to suspension.

View the regulatory impact statement. [PDF, 2.3 MB]

Read more about the background to this decision in this ministerial briefing. [PDF, 1.1 MB]

Last updated: 21 September 2021