Unfair Trader

Unfair Trader

A country or corporation that conducts practices providing an inequitable advantage to one party. For example, a country may keep its currency artificially weak so as to make its exports cheaper than the situation warrants.
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Front line Trading Standards professionals will be even better placed to disrupt, expose and appropriately penalise those rogue and unfair traders who persist in cheating and defrauding consumers.
Acting head of Bridgend's trading standards, Lee Jones, said: "We will now be even better placed to disrupt, expose and appropriately penalise those rogue and unfair traders who persist in cheating and defrauding consumers.
Worse, it may contribute to the death of America's toughest trade weapons, the ability to impose sanctions on countries deemed as unfair traders under federal trade law.
And now, Commerce in its haste to implement the controversial WTO ruling has used its discretion to favor Ecuadorian unfair traders over the U.
We will not let unfair traders take these valuable jobs from American workers and their families.