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Anti-dumping duties: Comparing prices to determine dumping margins

As noted previously, the United States anti-dumping law is administered by two different federal agencies in two separate, but overlapping, proceedings. The United States Commerce Department investigates whether the targeted foreign exporters have engaged in ‘dumping’ as defined by the law. The United States International Trade Commission investigates whether the targeted imports have caused (or threaten to cause) the domestic industry to suffer material injury. This chapter addresses in detail defending the company’s interest in the Commerce Department proceeding. Issues relating to injury investigations are discussed in more detail in chapters 12, 13 and 14.

Related Subject(s): International Trade and Finance
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