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This chapter presents a dispute that concerns the antidumping measures imposed by Mexico on high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) imported from the United States. The latter contested the consistency of these duties with the Anti-dumping Agreement and Article VI of the 1994 GATT in several instances; more particularly, they contested the provisional measures imposed, the investigation method used by the Mexican authorities, and the determination of the existence of injury justifying the definitive duties. In its report, the WTO Panel held that the imposition of such measures was incompatible with the obligations of Mexico under the Anti-dumping Agreement. Although the parties did not appeal against this report, its implementation was far more difficult.

Keywords: Anti-dumping Agreement; antidumping investigation; high fructose corn syrup (HFCS); Mexico; USA



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