Marginal note:Prohibition on disclosure of information
88.1 If the Tribunal indicates to the President in writing that subsection 46(1) of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal Act applies to information provided to the President under paragraph 76.03(6)(b), no person employed in the federal public administration who comes into possession of that information while they are so employed shall, either before or after they cease to be so employed, knowingly disclose it, or knowingly allow it to be disclosed, to any other person in any manner that is calculated or likely to make it available for the use of any business competitor or rival of any person to whose business or affairs the information relates.
- 1999, c. 12, s. 45, c. 17, s. 184;
- 2003, c. 22, s. 224(E);
- 2005, c. 38, s. 134.
Ruling on Who is Importer
Marginal note:Request for ruling on who is importer in Canada
89. (1) Where a question arises or is raised as to which of two or more persons is, for the purposes of this Act, the importer in Canada of goods imported or to be imported into Canada on which duty is payable or has been paid or will be payable if the goods are imported, the President may, and at the request of any person interested in the importation of the goods shall, request the Tribunal for a ruling on that question, unless, in the case only of goods that have been imported into Canada,
(a) a determination has been made under section 55 or 56 with respect to the goods; and
(b) more than ninety days have elapsed since the determination referred to in paragraph (a) was made.
(2) Where the President makes a request under subsection (1) for a ruling on the question referred to therein, the President shall
(a) state in the request which of the two or more persons the President believes is the importer in Canada of the goods;
(b) if any of the goods is of the same description as the goods specified in a preliminary determination made in an investigation that was initiated pursuant to section 31 and is still continuing, so state in the request;
(c) provide the Tribunal with such information as the President considers will be useful to it in considering the question and with such other information as the Tribunal may request; and
(d) give notice of his request to such persons as the rules of the Tribunal require or as the Tribunal may require.
Marginal note:Investigation deemed to continue
(3) Where, in any investigation, the President makes a final determination of dumping or subsidizing under subsection 41(1) in respect of any goods, the investigation shall, for the purpose of paragraph (2)(b), be deemed to continue until such time as the Tribunal makes an order or finding in respect of the goods.
- R.S., 1985, c. S-15, s. 89;
- 1999, c. 12, s. 46, c. 17, s. 183;
- 2005, c. 38, s. 134.
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