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Documentos IPEA/CEPAL - Antidumping nas Américas: Uma Investigação dos Efeitos do Uso desse Instrumento sobre as Exportações e sobre a Conduta das Empresas Brasileiras

  • Marta dos Reis Castilho

O Brasil é um dos dez países mais afetados por medidas antidumping no mundo. A relevância dessas medidas para seu desempenho exportador parece ser não negligenciável, ao menos para determinados setores e/ou empresas. Este trabalho busca fazer uma análise abrangente dos efeitos das medidas antidumping sobre as exportações brasileiras. Por um lado, são analisadas as estratégias adotadas pelas firmas exportadoras brasileiras diante da aplicação de medidas antidumping; ou seja, é avaliado como elas percebem e reagem à ameaça associada à abertura do processo e à imposição de um direito antidumping. Ademais, estima-se o impacto das medidas sobre os fluxos de bens exportados pelo Brasil. Privilegiaram-se aqui os parceiros do continente americano por causa de sua importância como parceiros comerciais e como usuários dessas medidas. Brazil is one of the ten countries most cited in antidumping processes in the world and this explains the Brazilian government’s efforts on discussing the antidumping rules in several multilateral forms. This paper investigates the effects of these measures on Brazilian export performance in two ways. First, we characterize the strategies of Brazilian firms that are cited in antidumping processes. Secondly, we seek to estimate the effects of antidumping measures on Brazilian export flows. We concentrate our analysis on selected countries of the American continent as they are not only important trade partners of Brazil, but are also responsible for 70% of processes initiated against Brazil in the period of 1989 to 2004.

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Paper provided by Instituto de Pesquisa Econômica Aplicada - IPEA in its series Discussion Papers with number 1382.

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Length: 53 pages
Date of creation: Feb 2009
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Handle: RePEc:ipe:ipetds:1382
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