The Canada Border Services Agency is launching investigations to determine whether certain drill pipe from China is being sold at unfair prices in Canada and whether these goods are being subsidized. Canadian International Trade Tribunal will begin a preliminary inquiry to determine whether the imports are harming Canadian producers and will issue a decision by 24 May 2022. Concurrently, the CBSA will investigate whether the imports are being sold in Canada at unfair prices and/or are being subsidized, and will make a preliminary decision by 23 June 2022. The investigations are the result of a complaint filed with the CBSA by Command Drilling Products Ltd. The complainant alleges that as a result of an increase of the volume of the dumped and subsidized imports from China, they have suffered material injury in the form of lost market share, lost sales, price undercutting, price depression, declining financial performance and reduced capacity utilization.