This chapter focuses on antidumping, one of the three contingent protection instruments agreed upon during the negotiations of the GATT. Article VI of GATT and the Agreement on Antidumping are reviewed to see when dumping actives are sufficient to allow for the permissible implementation of antidumping duties. The chapter explores the appropriate method to calculate dumping margins and to analyze injury. For the instances when these are met, the chapter explains the appropriate process for applying antidumping duties.
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