Special Import Measures Act
Marginal note:Acceptance of further undertakings
51.1 If an investigation has been suspended under subparagraph 50(a)(iii), the President may accept an undertaking in respect of dumped or subsidized goods from an exporter or government that had not previously offered an undertaking in respect of the goods that was accepted by the President under subsection 49(1) if the President is of the opinion that observance of the undertaking will not cause
(a) if the undertaking is given by an exporter, the price at which the goods are sold to importers in Canada by the exporter to increase by more than the estimated margin of dumping of the goods or the estimated amount of subsidy on the goods; or
(b) if the undertaking is given by the government of a country, the price at which the goods, when exported to Canada from that country, will be sold to importers in Canada to increase by more than the estimated amount of subsidy on the goods.
- 1999, c. 12, s. 30, c. 17, s. 184
- 2005, c. 38, s. 134
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