A Handbook on Anti-Dumping Investigations
The subject of anti-dumping procedures has received growing attention in international trade policy and has become a source of tension between countries. This handbook covers the major areas arising in anti-dumping investigations as embodied in the relevant WTO provisions, providing an exposition of well-sourced information, explanations and guidance for grasping the intricacies of anti-dumping proceedings. Beginning with a chronicle of an anti-dumping investigation, the book proceeds to consider the crucial issues involved: calculation of dumping margins and determinations of injury and causation. Well-structured and easy to follow, the handbook is designed to assist, in a practical way, investigators delegated the authority to conduct the required investigation. Clearly presented and informative, this book will also interest government officials involved in international trade policy, importing and exporting enterprises affected by anti-dumping investigations, and their representatives, including private legal practitioners and consultants, and academic readers concerned with international trade issues.
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