Imported good subject to duty

The following imported goods are subject to anti-dumping and countervailing duty. 

Description of goods

Customs instruction *

Date duties cease **

Peaches in preserving liquid from the People's Republic of China

E/009/CS017/001 [PDF 68KB]

Duties under review

Canned peaches from South Africa

E/009/CS003/001 [PDF 247KB]

28 May 2019

Galvanised wire from Malaysia

E/009/CS008/001 [PDF 15KB]

26 March 2020

Certain hollow steel sections from Malaysia

Provisional measures during the course of investigation


Suspended anti-dumping duties

At Budget 2014, the Government temporarily suspended the application of anti-dumping duties on key residential building materials for three years to promote competition in the residential construction sector, lift sector productivity and reduce the cost of residential construction.

In May 2017, the Government extended the suspension for a further two years to continue removing these barriers to competition and productivity in the residential construction sector posed by anti-dumping duties. The suspension will expire on 30 June 2019.

For more information refer to our residential construction sector market study.

Currently there are not any anti-dumping duties subject to suspension.


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 five years after the final determination, unless they are subject to a review.