§ 71. Mr. Holt
asked the President of the Board of Trade if he will give a list of the commodities which have been given
PARTICULARS OF ANTI-DUMPING DUTIES IMPOSED UNDER THE CUSTOMS DUTIES (DUMPING AND SUBSIDIES) ACT, 1957 Commodity Country of origin Anti-dumping duty Date of Order Imposing Duty Date of revocation of Order Protective Duty(*) Polymethylsiloxane Fluids. France (§) 4/-per lb. 7th Jan., 1958 2nd June, 1959 10% Pearled Barley Federal Republic of Germany 12/-per cwt. 28th May, 1959 Still in force 20% Sodium Chlorate Soviet Zone of Germany £19 per ton 9th June, 1960 still in force 10% Butter Republic of Ireland £10 5s. 0d. per cwt. 29th Nov., 1961 28th Feb., 1962 Free Ammonium Sulphate Soviet Zone of Germany £3 per ton 3rd Mar., 1962 Still in force £4 per ton(†) Lithium Carbonate Canada 1/-per lb. 30th Nov., 1962 Still in force Free Phthalic Anhydride Austria £8 8s. 6d. per ton 8th Dec., 1962 Still in force 16⅔ %(‡) Federal Republic of Germany £9 18s. 0d. per ton 8th Dec., 1962 Still in force 33⅓% Poland £100s.0d. per ton 8th Dec., 1962 Still in force 33⅓% France £15 0s.0d. per ton 23rd Jan., 1963 Still in force 33⅓ % Switzerland (§) £8 10s. 0d. per ton 23rd Jan., 1963 Still in force 16⅔ %(‡) (*) Relates to imports from the country on which anti-dumping duty imposed. (†) Reduced to £3 4s. per ton w.e.f. 31st October, 1962. (‡)Provided imports satisfy EFTA origin criteria—otherwise 33⅓%. (§) The order related to a named producer.