Imported modules for Canada’s Woodfibre LNG project should not be exempt from a 45.8% anti-dumping tariff, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) said on Friday.
Woodfibre’s developer asked the CBSA to look into whether the project’s LNG modules were subject to a May 2017 ruling by the Canadian International Trade Tribunal that found some fabricated industry steel components (FISCs) from China, South Korea and Spain were being dumped in Canada.
In its ruling on the Woodfibre application last week, the CBSA...
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