A Handbook on Anti-Dumping Investigationsby Judith Czako, Jorge Miranda, Johann Human
Pub. Date: 01/28/2008
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
The focus of growing concern in international trade policy, anti-dumping procedures have become a source of tension between countries. This handbook covers major areas arising in anti-dumping investigations as embodied in the relevant World Trade Organization (WTO) provisions and offers well-sourced information and guidance for understanding the intricacies of these proceedings. The volume will assist investigators conducting the required studies; government officials; and professionals working in importing and exporting enterprises, as well as scholars concerned with international trade issues.
Table of Contents1. Introduction; 2. Multilateral legal framework; 3. Domestic legal framework; 4. Procedural aspects of an anti-dumping investigation; 5. Key definitions and concepts applicable to the investigation; 6. The pre-initiation phase of the investigation; 7. The anti-dumping investigation; 8. Steps from initiation to the preliminary determination; 9. Steps from the preliminary determination to the final; 10. Legal review before domestic tribunals; 11. Legal review in WTO dispute settlement; 12. Reviews; 13. Refund or reimbursement of excess duties paid; 14. Drafting injury determinations; 15. Case study on injury; Annexes: I. Sample application; II. Sample dumping investigation questionnaires; III. Sample injury investigation questionnaires; IV. Agreement on implementation of Article VI of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994 (Anti-dumping Agreement); V. Anti-dumping and countervailing duties; Tables: I. Procedures; II. Dumping margin calculations; III. Injury and causation determination.
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