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The unfair trade practice of dumping has been regulated for many years.
Dumping distorts competition by selling exports at exceedingly low prices in
foreign markets. Over the years, anti-dumping measures designed to counter
dumping through the imposition of duties have become the most effective and
popular way employed to protect domestic industries under threat.
The 1980s, however, ushered in a counter measure: circumvention. As a means of
avoiding anti-dumping duties, circumvention threatens the effectiveness of the
anti-dumping system by undermining the protection provided for domestic
industries. In response, anti-circumvention measures have been designed and
implemented to combat those activities. This is the first book to offer a
detailed analysis of this significant issue in anti-dumping practice.
1. Introduction: Dumping, Anti-Dumping, Circumvention and
Anti-Circumvention in International Trade 2. Anti-Circumvention
Measures in Anti-Dumping Practice: An Overview 3. Anti-Circumvention
Measures in Anti-Dumping Practice of Some Selected Regional Trading Blocs and
National Jurisdictions 4. International Legal Framework of
Anti-Circumvention Measures in Anti-Dumping Practice 5. A Critical
Analysis of Anti-Circumvention Measures in Anti-Dumping Practice of
International Trade 6. Anti-Circumvention Measures in the Future:
Suggestions and Conclusions Annex Selected References Index