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Australia Passes on Imposing Countervailing Duty on Aluminium Extrusions from Vietnam

Australia Passes on Imposing Countervailing Duty on Aluminium Extrusions from Vietnam

The Australian government has chosen not to impose a countervailing duty on aluminium extrusions shipped from Vietnam according to an announcement made by the Viet Nam Competition Authority (VCA) on Tuesday. According to the VCA, the Australia Anti-Dumping Commission (ADC) made the...

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Australian Gov’t to Begin Investigation Into Possible Aluminium Dumping from Vietnam, Malaysia

Australia’s government has begun a probe into aluminium imports from certain Asian countries to determine if they are engaging in unfair trade practices. According to the state-run news outlet Vietnam News Agency, and reported by Platts, the Australian Department of Industry, Innovation and Science’s Anti-Dumping Commission is investigating aluminium imports from Vietnam and Malaysia. The […]

Indigenous-owned Mining Company to Open Mine in Northern Australia

Australia’s Northern Land Council has agreed to permitting an Aboriginal-owned mining company to commence a small-scale bauxite operation in northeast Arnhem Land, in the Northern Territory. This is believed to be the first time an Aboriginal clan has operated a mine on land it traditionally owned. Gulkula Mining Ltd is operated by the Gumatj clan, […]

Australian Bauxite Says Firm Soon to Reopen Bald Hill Mine

After months of delays, Australian Bauxite says that market conditions are finally returning to a level that will make it possible to reopen operations at its Bald Hill mine. The firm has been attempting to sell the 120,000 metric tons of bauxite they extracted from their mine in Campbell Town, Tasmania, last year. AB had […]