Dumping margin calculation and the zeroing procedure
In the context of an antidumping investigation, the dumping margin is one of the key elements that need to be considered by the authorities. Without a sufficiently significant dumping margin, the investigation cannot conclude with the imposition of sanctions. Given the special interests that often influence the antidumping investigation, the need to identify dumping even if there is no such practice involved often makes the authorities use innovative methods of calculating key elements like the dumping margin. One of the most used such methods is the zeroing procedure.
Volume (Year): 1 (2008)
Issue (Month): 10 (April)
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