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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Administrative protection in the form of antidumping suits and countervailing duties is a case in point.
Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan recently testified before the Senate Finance Committee that slowing economic growth could spawn protectionist measures in the form of countervailing and antidumping suits that are 'unwise and surely self-defeating,'" said Petniunas.
steel users urged the government on Tuesday to take action to repeal a law which they say encourages American steelmakers to file antidumping suits.
She noted several measures such as those on antidumping and contingencies disadvantage developing economies, which are faced with many antidumping suits.
steelmakers to file antidumping suits, Japanese Ambassador to the United States Shunji Yanai said Tuesday.
Antidumping suits were filed against imports from Argentina, Brazil, China, Indonesia, Japan*, Russia, South Africa, Slovakia, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey and Venezuela.
5 Kyodo Major Japanese steelmakers are considering filing antidumping suits against low-priced steel imports from such suppliers as Russia and China, industry officials said Friday.
Congress that would encourage American steelmakers to file antidumping suits.
Antidumping suits were filed against the Czech Republic, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Macedonia and South Korea.
The action was the latest in a series of antidumping suits filed against Japan.
steel industry lodging antidumping suits against almost all kinds of steel imports, major Japanese steelmakers are urging the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) to file a complaint with the WTO that the U.
steel industry for filing antidumping suits against Japanese makers, describing the action as an abuse of the system.