In its initial findings, the UK’s Trade Remedies Authority has proposed that a countervailing measure on imports of Stainless Steel bars and rods from India be revoked. The TRA, as set out in the Statements of Essential Facts, found that revoking the measure would be unlikely to cause injury to the UK industry. The period of investigation for the transition review was 1 April 2021 – 31 March 2022 while the injury period was 1 April 2018 – 31 March 2022. The duties recommended for revocation range from 0-4%. As part of its transition review, the TRA found that while there have been subsidised imports of the goods while the measure has been in place, and this will likely continue, injury to UK industry would be unlikely to recur if the measure was no longer applied. This was determined after the TRA found evidence suggesting that UK producers supply only limited amounts of these bars and rods to the UK market, with the majority of their production being exported. Therefore, the TRA found there to be a low risk of injury resulting from the removal of the measure. There will be a 33-day period in which interested parties can comment on the report. The TRA will then consider and produce a Final Recommendation, which will be sent to the Secretary of State for International Trade who will make the final decision on whether to uphold the TRA’s recommendation. The measure covers Stainless Steel bars and rods used across various industries, including the automotive, aerospace and food processing industries. They can either be used as a specific component in a larger product, for example as a propeller shaft, or they can be further worked into other stainless-steel products, for example precision components.