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CTT - Escalation in Australian anti-dumping action

In a recent commentary, the Director-General of the World Trade Organisation, Pascal Lamy, pointed to a “significant decline” in initiations of new anti-dumping investigations from 213 in 2008 down to 153 in 2011.


However, the Australian experience suggests that while the numbers of actions may have reduced internationally, the intensity of those investigations in the Australian environment has increased. To this effect, it is worth noting the following issues:  

  • In our earlier commentaries on anti-dumping reform we have referred to the report of the Productivity Commission, its recommendations and the content of 2 earlier tranches of amending legislation...
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