Antidumping Code

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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GATT's Antidumping Code allows countries to violate the nondiscrimination rule and impose an additional tariff--an antidumping duty--on imports from a firm that is dumping.
One peculiarity of GATT's Antidumping Code is that it encourages the use of price undertakings in place of an antidumping duty.
16) The Uruguay Round Antidumping Agreement (agreement on Implementation of Article VI of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994, which went into effect on January 1, 1995, replaced the GATT Antidumping Code, which was negotiated during the Tokyo Round negotiations and went into effect in 1979.
The Kennedy Round of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), held between 1963 and 1967, resulted in the GATT Antidumping Code.
The Uruguay Round successfully negotiated an Antidumping Code (Palmeter, 1996) [9] as well as a Subsidies Code [10] both of which, although far from answering all questions of interpretation, shed some light on the definitions of these three criteria.
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.
Internal trade: The use of the GATT Antidumping Code.
The WTO Antidumping Code requires that general and administrative costs and profit be based on the experience of the producer or exporter under investigation.
4 As in the case of the de minimus margins, the United States interprets the Uruguay Round Antidumping Code rules on average-to-average comparisons to apply only to the investigation phase.
NEC charges that Commerce acted in violation of the GATT Antidumping Code.