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|Title:||ASIL Insights: The WTO Appellate Body Strikes Down the U.S. Zeroing Methodology Used in Antidumping Investigations|
|Description:||In this ASIL Insight, author Sungjoon Cho reports on the April 18, 2006 decision of the WTO Appellate Body (AB) in a dispute between the European Union and the United States.
The case, "United States – Laws, Regulations, and Methodology for Calculating Dumping Margins (“Zeroing”)" concerns dumping, which the author describes as "a type of price discrimination under which a foreign producer exports products at prices lower than their domestic prices (normal value) or at prices below the cost of production plus normal profits." The Insight goes on to describe the "zeroing" methodology, as well as to analyze the decision and its possible repercussions for the US and the international trading system .
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