ARTICLE 65A: CAUSES FOR WHICH COMPENSATORY FEES ARE APPLIED TO MERCHANDISE SUBJECT TO INVESTIGATION
In the case of price discrimination (RLCE: Art. 38) that causes damage to the national industry, corresponds to the Ministry (LCE: Art. 3) (RLCE: Art. 1) will determine the application of a definitive compensatory fee on the merchandise subject to investigation that have been imported during the three months prior to the date of application of the provisional measures when in relation to the product subject to price discrimination investigated, the authority determine:
In the case of subsidies that cause damage to the national industry, when, in respect of the subsidized product in question, the investigating authority concludes that there is damage difficult to repair, meaning, when there are critical circumstances, caused by massive imports, made in a relatively short period, a product that receives subsidies paid or granted incompatible with the applicable provisions and when, in order to prevent the damage from occurring again, it is deemed necessary to retroactively receive compensatory fees on those imports, it corresponds to the Ministry to determine the application of the definitive compensatory fee to the merchandise that have been imported for a maximum of three months before the date of application of the provisional measures.