Antidumping Laws and the U.S. Economy
This volume reviews the goals, operation, and history of American antidumping laws coupled with a strategy for using those laws to promote U.S. trade policy and economic objectives in the post-Uruguay Round GATT talks.
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administrative anti antidumping actions Antidumping and Countervailing antidumping complaints antidumping duties antidumping investigations antidumping orders antitrust laws application Article authorities CATO Institute causes of dumping Chapter China Commerce Department competitive costs Countervailing Duty countervailing-duty critics of antidumping determination discussion domestic industry dumped imports dumping laws economic effect EPROMs European Union filed GATT global growth home market imperfect competition implementing imposed initiation interested parties International Trade Administration International Trade Commission Japan manufacturing margin of dumping market share material injury memory mercantilistic negotiated nomic nonmarket economies paragraph percent petition petitioners Policy problem production protectionism Respondent Countries result sanctuary markets scenario sector semiconductor industry short-supply exception simulation strategy subsidies sunset review supercomputer suspension agreement Tariff tion trade barriers U.S. antidumping laws U.S. Commerce Department U.S. companies U.S. economy U.S. government U.S. industry U.S. law U.S. market U.S. Steel U.S. Trade United Washington world trading system