Australia's Anti-Dumping Commission has decided to postpone the announcement of the final ruling on the sunset review of zinc-coated (galvanized) steel anti-dumping duties. The extension was requested by the Deputy Commissioner Investigations to assess the impact of submissions received in response to the commission's analysis and findings. The final report and recommendation to the Minister will now be made by 22 June.The sunset review, which began in August last year, focuses on anti-dumping measures against specific goods under HS codes. The current anti-dumping duties on galvanized steel imports from China, South Korea, and Taiwan range from 0% to 28.2%, while countervailing duties imposed on Chinese exports range from 0% to 22.8%.The decision to extend the deadline highlights the complexity of the review process and the importance of considering all relevant factors before making a final ruling. This delay provides an opportunity for a thorough assessment of the submissions received, ensuring that the decision reflects a comprehensive understanding of the market dynamics and potential impacts on domestic industries.