Antidumping Suit

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Antidumping Suit

A lawsuit in which a country accuses a trading partner of dumping, which is the practice of exporting a good to a foreign country to capitalize on the price difference. This can harm domestic industries. According to the World Trade Organization, in order to prove one's case in an antidumping suit, one must prove both that dumping took place and that it harmed a domestic industry in a tangible way.
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Turkish authorities have filed an anti-dumping suit against polypropylene film exports from Egypt, Saudi Arabia, India, and China, Chemical & Fertilisers Export Council member Magdy Abu Fath said on Tuesday.
Muscat: Al Jazeera Steel said that the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) in Ottowa, Government of Canada filed an anti-dumping suit on various countries, including Oman, for selling below the fair price based on allegations by the lawyers of the local manufacturers in Canada.
Noteworthy is that the Taiwan Cement Manufacturers' Association has launched an anti-dumping suit against Chinese companies, with local competent authorities to rule on the case at the end of September.
Along with Vietnam, India, Ecuador, China, and Brazil, Thailand is the unlucky target of an anti-dumping suit filed by American shrimpers.
The decision was made late Thursday in response to an anti-dumping suit filed March 29 by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, groups representing Florida's tomato industry and growers in California, Georgia, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Virginia.
trade law, the English bill seeks to encourage companies to file anti-dumping suits against their overseas competitors by relaxing the rules governing the calculation of U.
In response, a number of anti-dumping suits have been filed against foreign aquacultural producers.
Already, even with American unemployment at record postwar lows and the economy steaming ahead, industries such as steel and memory chips have resorted to anti-dumping suits to protect themselves against imports.
In recent testimony before the Senate Finance Committee, Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan voiced concern that slowing economic growth could spawn protectionist measures in the form of countervailing and anti-dumping suits that are, "unwise and surely self-defeating.