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Comparative Overview of Anti-Dumping Regulation in the European Communities and the United States of America

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Succeeding both the 1979 Tokyo Round and 1967 Kennedy Round Anti- Dumping Codes, the 1994 Uruguay Round Anti-Dumping Agreement (ADA) reflected compromises made during the negotiations to accommodate differences among the anti-dumping systems in the European Communities (EC), United States (US), and other WTO Members. This chapter describes how the EC and US anti-dumping laws are administered and then provides a topical overview of significant areas where the EC and US systems appear to differ. Historically, both the EC and the US have been major users of antidumping laws. Article 2.7 ADA and ad art. VI:1 GATT 1994 recognize the difficulties of comparing export prices to normal values in the case of imports from a centrally-planned economy country and allow WTO Members to deviate from article 2 rules on selecting normal value.

Keywords: Anti-Dumping Agreement (ADA); anti-dumping systems; European Communities (EC); GATT; United States (US); WTO Members



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