antidumping law

an·ti·dump·ing law

(an'tē-dŭmp'ing law)
Governmental regulation that may vary by jurisdiction, but which, in general, mandates that a hospital or care facility must either provide therapy regardless of ability to pay or transfer the penurious or destitute patient to another facility; such laws generally forbid health care facilities to refuse care to such patients or to "dump" them on another care provider (or city street).
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Trade remedies, like the antidumping law and countervailing duties and safeguards, are available for the affected steel sector.
He said major local manufacturers only draw texturised yarn which is texturized (semi dull) and they don't manufacture polyester fully drawn yarn but the antidumping duty is also imposed on the FDY which is not locally manufactured and as per the antidumping law it cannot be imposed on the product that is not locally manufactured.
This article concludes that public interest inquiries, which form part of a small number of countries' anti-dumping laws, embrace the constitutive realities at play in antidumping law and provide an opportunity for development of legitimate international antidumping reform.
antidumping law subjects imports from foreign countries to potential antidumping duties if they are being sold or are likely to be sold in the United States at less than their "fair value" (56) and if they cause or threaten to cause material injury to a domestic industry or materially retard the establishment of a domestic industry.
6) Although Canada passed the first antidumping law in 1904, which was surrounded by anti-predation rhetoric, the real motivation was the Canadian manufacturing firm's concern about low import prices.
No longer are anticompetitive or predatory pricing practices the target of the antidumping law.
In theory, the purpose of an antidumping law is to protect domestic companies from unfair competition by foreign exporters.
The author describes the basic definitional issues of dumping and antidumping, reviews the current WTO antidumping law, compares the antidumping experiences of Egypt and India in the iron and steel sector, assesses the impact of price discrimination law and predatory pricing law in the United States and the European Union in order to compare the efficacy of competition law versus antidumping law, and discusses the issue of economies of scale as barriers to effective competition and its meaning for the antidumping versus competition law debate.
trade remedy laws are countervailing duty law, antidumping law, and safeguard law.
I have learned that whenever anyone asks what I do for a living, their eyes soon glaze over and they nod off when I try to explain the constructed export price offset or the sales below cost provision of the antidumping law.
4) Because members are the only countries required to report their filings to the WTO, our dataset may underestimate the number of petitions filed by new WTO members prior to joining, notably Taiwan, which used its antidumping law extensively in that period, between 1995 and 1999.
Wolak (1992) "The Effect of Domestic Antidumping Law in the Presence of Foreign Monopolist", Journal International Economics, No.