When to use
Use this pattern to tell users about a change in import or export procedures.
How to design using this pattern
You do not need to mention ‘import’ or ‘export’ unless really necessary. This is because anti-dumping duty only applies to imports into the UK and EU.
Publication: guidance (with an HTML attachment)
Description (only include the object or item and where it’s imported from or describe what the measure is about and the measure number in brackets at the end).
Check the anti-dumping duty measures collection to make sure your title has not been used already.
Examples of good titles:
- Hand pallet trucks imported from China (anti-dumping duty xxxx)
- Name change of a company that exports ceramic tableware and kitchenware from China (anti-dumping duty xxxx)
Provide a short description of what the attached document is about.
Do not start your summary with ‘Find out’.
For example, ‘Changes to the duty codes for trucks with a weight indicative system, originating in the People’s Republic of China’.
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Although measures contain technical information, you should be able to get a general understanding about what they are for.
Check any hyperlinks in the business draft. Contact the subject matter expert to get correct details if any links:
- point to the homepage of the EurLex website, rather than the page containing the relevant legislation
- go directly to a PDF (or other file), rather than the webpage that houses it
Do not use the full title used on the landing page. Only use the anti-dumping duty measure number.
Example: Anti-dumping duty xxxx
Enter the contents of the anti-dumping duty measure and apply basic styling for accessibility and formatting.
Do not include numbers in section headings.
Add the URL of any new page to the anti-dumping duty measures collection. Do not create a public change note.