antidumping laws

antidumping laws

laws in State A against disposal of products from Market B by way of import on to Market A at a price lower than normal value in State B, causing detriment to the product industry of State A. The response by State A under antidumping laws maybe to impose duties on the products from B. Both the USA and the EU among others operate such rules. An aspect of COMPETITION POLICY in the EU.
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Because of the transportation realities and because Chinese steel products are often the target of antidumping laws in the United States and other developed markets, Chinese steel sometimes does not find its way directly into the U.S.
(31) The Doha Round reform proposals to the previously enumerated procedural infirmities of antidumping laws are what Finger and Zlate label as "thinking within the box." (32) Rule shuffling, which favours one country or another while still allowing the foundation of the problem to remain intact, effectively stifles any possibility of qualitative or quantitative progress towards reducing the spread of anti-dumping usage.
WTO antidumping laws and injury analysis proceedings.
The legal definition of dumping is derived from the antidumping laws. Article VI of GATT and the Antidumping Code defined dumping as a situation in which products of one country are introduced into the commerce of another country at less than the normal value of the products (GATT, 1947).
American antidumping laws and the processing of the antidumping cases by the DOC and ITC were widely criticized.
This work examines the role of antidumping laws in broader programs of trade liberalization in developing countries.
For example, the laws governing antidumping might result from a concession to the United States Congress, which has threatened to oppose future multilateral trade agreements if the antidumping laws are weakened in any way (p.
The companies responsible for the illegal pipelines have been fined a total of 1.4 million [euro] (US $2 million), the government has vowed to toughen antidumping laws, and plans are underway to supply Oinofyta with drinking water from somewhere else.
Chapter 5 "Relief from Foreign Competition: Antidumping and the Escape Clause" describes the implication of antidumping laws and its solution in favour of free trade.
Critics of the new bipartisan Senate bill say that it might violate World Trade Organization rules governing the use of antidumping laws. Furthermore, the administration indicated it would oppose the bill.
In the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988 (OTCA), (12) Congress enacted numerous reforms to the antidumping laws, starting with a definition of a non-market economy, as well as a set of standards that the DOC was to take into consideration when determining whether a specific country is a nonmarket economy.