When the Department of Commerce finds that imported merchandise was sold in the U.S. at an unfairly low or subsidized price, to level the playing field for U.S. companies injured by these unfair trade practices, CBP is responsible for collecting the Antidumping and Countervailing Duties (AD/CVD) in a timely manner.
The goal of this AD/CVD Priority Trade Issue is to detect and deter circumvention of the AD/CVD law, to liquidate final duties timely and accurately, while at the same time facilitating legitimate trade.
- Enforce and Protect Act
- AD/CVD SCAM ALERT
- AD/CVD Enforcement Updates
- AD/CVD Brochure
- 2022 DHS Congressional Appropriations Reports
AD/CVD Program and Guidelines
- AD/CVD Case Data
- AD/CVD Frequently Asked Questions
- AD/CVD Search
- Department of Commerce (DOC)
- Guidance for Reimbursement Certificates
- Use of Single Transaction Bonds as Additional Security for Antidumping and Countervailing Concerns
Automated Commercial Environment (ACE)
- AD/CVD Case Information Query
- ACE AD/CVD Company Case Status Definitions
- ACE Entry Summary Process and Policy
AD/CVD Information for Customs Brokers and Filers
Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act of 2000 (CDSOA)
CDSOA, otherwise known as the Byrd Amendment, was passed on October 28, 2000 and remained effective until October 1, 2007. The provisions of this act allowed for parties filing pricing complaints to share in the funds collected under the AD/CVD program.