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The Anti-Dumping Agreement and Developing Countries

An Introduction

by Aradhna Aggarwal

  • 365 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economic geography,
  • Trade agreements & tariffs,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Exports & Imports,
  • International Relations - Trade & Tariffs,
  • Political Science / International Relations / Trade & Tariffs,
  • Public Policy - Economic Policy,
  • Developing countries,
  • Dumping (International trade),
  • Imports,
  • Law and legislation

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages348
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10136264M
    ISBN 100195689275
    ISBN 109780195689273

      1. Introduction: the importance of antidumping in developing countries. Antidumping policy has just completed its first century. It started with the AD laws in Canada (), New Zealand () and Australia ().   This book cuts through the daunting technicalities of one of the most important of the WTO (World Trade Organization) agreements, that dealing with Intellectual Property Rights (hitherto primarily the preserve of national patent legislation) and their treatment as internationally tradeable commodities. Professor Correa makes comprehensible the TRIPS Agreement and explains its main Reviews: 1.

    • The Uruguay Round of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, completed in , will lower member countries’ tariffs on manufac-tured goods by more than one-third by It sets upper bounds on tariff levels for 99 percent of the goods imported by developed countries and for 70 percent of the goods imported by developing countries. WORKING PAPER NO. THE WTO ANTI-DUMPING AGREEMENT: POSSIBLE REFORM THROUGH THE INCLUSION OF A PUBLIC INTEREST CLAUSE Aradhna Aggarwal SEPTEMBER, INDIAN COUNCIL FOR RESEARCH ON INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS Core-6A, 4th Floor, India Habitat Centre, Lodi Road, New Delhi website1: , website2: .

    Analysis of Anti-dumping Use in Free Trade Agreements developing countries has continued to increase AD uses reaching 71% of the total share during the latter half of the s, while the share of developed countries in terms of AD uses has significantly decreased as illustrated in Figure 3. In fact, this observation illustrated that.   We argue that the typical motivations behind China's resort to anti-dumping measures include protection, retaliation, industrial development and export promotion. These motivations are likely to carry more weight than China's observance of WTO obligations when deciding whether to impose anti-dumping measures and whether to implement WTO rulings.


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The Anti-Dumping Agreement and Developing Countries by Aradhna Aggarwal Download PDF EPUB FB2

The author's analysis reveals biases against developing countries and stresses the need for reform of current anti-dumping codes. The book traces the genesis and evolution of the existing anti-dumping agreement and its legal porvisions, discusses various economic and non economic justifications of anti-dumping use, empirically analyzes the macroeconomic factors motivvating developed and Cited by: 7.

Abstract. This book explores the genesis and evolution of the Anti-dumping Agreement (ADA) from the perspective of the developing countries.

It also outlines the evolution of the legal provisions in the existing agreement and the current ADA in a non-technical manner from a developing country viewpoint.

The use of anti-dumping in developed and developing countries in a comparative framework is explained. Anti-Dumping Agreement and Developing Countries, an Introduction [Aggarwal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Anti-Dumping Agreement and Developing Countries, an. Get this from a library.

The anti-dumping agreement and developing countries: an introduction. [Aradhna Aggarwal] -- "In the era of globalization, trade policy has become a key development tool and expanding exports a major policy objective for developing countries.

However, pressures for protectionism are. Summary: Gains from globalization are threatened by pressures of protectionism among countries. In this context, anti-dumping has emerged as a critical area. This book analyses the importance of anti-dumping agreement from a developing countries perspective and examines their roles and concerns.

Gains from globalization are threatened by pressures of protectionism among countries. In this context, anti-dumping has emerged as a critical area.

This book analyses the importance of anti-dumping agreement from a developing countries perspective and examines their roles and concerns. The book traces the genesis and evolution of the existing anti-dumping agreement and its legal porvisions, discusses various economic and non economic justifications of anti-dumping use, empirically analyzes the macroeconomic factors motivvating developed and developing countries to use anti-dumping rules and examines wide ranging proposals for.

Description The book provides an analytical overview of the World Trade Organisation's Anti-Dumping Agreement, as interpreted by WTO Panels and the Appellate Body. The Anti-Dumping Agreement is often perceived as being the most technical and controversial WTO agreement.

While every effort has been made to ensure accuracy of the texts on Anti Dumping, the hand book cannot be taken as official legal interpretation of the agreements.

In addition (especially infant industries in developing countries) 1 Hand Book on Anti Dumping CODISSIA. The agreement on Anti Dumping Measures does. and developing countries are some of the newest and most frequent of these users.

At the same time that many developing countries have started using antidumping to limit imports, many of them have also given up most other forms of flexibility in trade policy by adopting WTO disciplines and agreeing to. Anti dumping (as also anti subsidies & countervailing measures) in India are administered by the Directorate General of Anti dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD) II.

WTO Agreement and legal framework in India for Anti dumping investigations III. Institutional arrangement for anti dumping measures in. Times have changed in the world of anti-dumping activities. While anti-dumping actions were only used by major industrial countries less then a decade ago, they are now the trade policy of choice of developing and transaction economies as well.

On a worldwide basis, India has since overtaken the US in terms of initiations of new anti. Now, many developing countries like India have become frequent users of this measure.

For a better understanding of the various provisions of the WTO's Anti-dumping Agreement (ADA) a critical investigation of the resulting jurisprudence is a necessity. To that end, this timely work has a fivefold aim.

The agreement says member countries must inform the Committee on Anti-Dumping Practices about all preliminary and final anti-dumping actions, promptly and in detail.

They must also report on all investigations twice a year. When differences arise, members are encouraged to consult each other. They can also use the WTO’s dispute settlement.

Antidumping laws and developing countries (English) Abstract. This paper finds that the current GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade) consistent antidumping laws have a strong protectionist drift and a procartel bias.

Abstract. Anti-dumping is one of the most controversial subjects in international trade. 2 The use of anti-dumping laws, designed to offset the effect of imports that are deemed to be sold below“normal” value, has proliferated in the last few decades.

Incontracting parties of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (“GATT”) had only thirty-seven antidumping measures in force. The Anti-Dumping Agreement and Developing Countries: An Introduction This book explores the genesis and evolution of the Anti-dumping Agreement (ADA) from the perspective of the developing.

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The most often used form of contingent protection is the anti-dumping (AD) mechanism. In the number of AD cases initiated accounted for per cent of the total of three main types of contingent protection measures used; countervailing duty (CVD) cases launched accounted for 10 per cent; and Safeguard investigations (SG) started accounted for per cent.

But it should be noted that. Implications for Developing Countries”, UNCTAD Policy Issues in International Trade and Commodities Study Series No. 9, Geneva ; THERON, N.M., “ Anti-Dumping Procedures: Lessons for Developing Countries with Special Emphasis on the South African Experience ” in Bibek DEBROY and Debashis CHAKRABORTY, eds., Anti-Dumping: Global Abuse of.In the decades following World War I, many countries enacted antidumping rules that provided for the imposition of duties at the border on imports that were being sold at "less than fair value" and injured a domestic industry.

97 The "problem" of dumping was recognized in many bilateral trade agreements in which treaty partners agreed to the.Korea also argued that the refusal by the United States to conduct a standing inquiry before initiating its anti-circumvention investigation violated Articles, and of the Anti-Dumping Agreement, and the failure to make a determination in the anti-circumvention investigation for more than twenty-two months violated Article