Antidumping Code

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Antidumping Code

A generic term given to the sections of GATT and WTO agreements governing dumping, antidumping duties, and related issues.
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23 Congressional hearings held in 1968 to consider the Kennedy Round antidumping codes clearly indicate that protagonists then viewed the prevention of price discrimination as the primary objective of the antidumping laws.
The injury standard under this new law would be higher than in the antidumping code but lower than in Section 201.
Only signatories to the antidumping code within the GATT are required to file such reports, and many countries (including many GATT Contracting Parties) are not signatories.