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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Agreement on Implementation of Article VI of the General
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