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Introduction to the EU Trade Defence Instruments

The most frequent reason for the use of anti-dumping measures is to counter "unfair competition" and to create "a level playing field" in the international trade. Aspects of competition are, however, not considered in anti-dumping investigations. Anti-dumping measures are mainly benefiting third country exporters not facing anti-dumping duties, more than the EU producers that have requested protection. In addition, the protection comes at a high cost. Each 1 euro gained by the protected EU industry implies an extra cost of 4.5 euro for importers, user industry and consumers in the EU.

  • Titel: Introduction to the EU Trade Defence Instruments
  • Utgiven: 2013
  • Språk: English
  • Format: PDF
  • Författare: Kommerskollegium
  • Antal sidor: 2
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