Antidumping: How It Works and Who Gets Hurt

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Antidumping: How It Works and Who Gets Hurt

Edited by J. Michael Finger
University of Michigan Press, 1993
267 pp. $39.50
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Case studies of antidumping laws and practices in Australia, Canada, the European Community and the United States, along with some history, analysis and general findings. Antidumping action has become the favored vehicle for protection, an unfair procedure against allegedly unfair trading practices.

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