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US dumping laws

27 Apr 2013 09:06

Can someone advise any dumping laws of the US to guard against imported into the country, especially from China.

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30 Apr 2013 11:01

According to TDC Market profile on the US, The US rigorously enforces laws on dumping. When the US Department of Commerce (DOC) determines that a class of foreign goods is being, or is likely to be, sold to purchasers in the US at less than its fair value, an anti dumping duty investigation may be conducted. The US Government is responsible for conducting the final injury investigation. If all the determinations are affirmative, the DOC will issue a duty order. On the other hand, the US also enforces laws on countervailing. When the DOC determines that a class of foreign goods receives countervailable foreign government subsidies, a countervailing duty investigation may be conducted. To read more on the subject please click on here a special research article on Sino-US Trade Ties by TDC Research.

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