Summary: The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) has commenced an expiry review of its order pertaining to certain carbon steel welded pipe from South Korea, Chinese Taipei, India, Oman, Thailand, and the UAE. The review aims to assess whether the expiration of the order will result in continued or resumed dumping or subsidizing, potentially causing injury to the domestic industry. The Canada Border Services Agency will make determinations by January 2024, with the Tribunal's final decision expected by June 2024.Tribunal Initiates Expiry Review for Carbon Steel Welded PipeIn a significant development for international trade, the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) has set in motion an expiry review related to carbon steel welded pipe originating from South Korea, Chinese Taipei, India, Oman, Thailand, and the United Arab Emirates.A Continuation of AssessmentsThis review is an extension of previous investigations conducted by the CITT. The order under examination, originally issued on October 15, 2018, stems from an earlier finding made on December 11, 2012. The purpose of this review is to ascertain if the expiration of the order could lead to the continuation or resumption of dumping certain carbon steel welded pipe. Additionally, the review aims to determine if there is a potential for subsidizing these goods, which could potentially harm the domestic industry.Assessment and Decision TimelineThe Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is tasked with making a crucial determination by January 18, 2024. Their assessment will revolve around the likelihood of resumed or continued dumping or subsidizing of the specified goods. Should their determination lean towards a positive outcome, the Tribunal's role becomes more pivotal. By June 26, 2024, the Tribunal will make a final decision regarding whether the continued or resumed dumping or subsidizing could indeed lead to injury within the domestic industry.