Thursday, August 30, 2007

Domination of the foreign markets


The Anti-dumping Agreement and Developing Countries: An Introduction
Aradhna Aggarwal


Do you know that the first anti-dumping law, passed in Canada in 1904, was surrounded by anti-predation rhetoric? "In the US, the 1916 Anti-dumping Act was aimed at predatory pricing by foreign exporters but was superseded by the 1921 Anti-dumping Act, which closely resembled the Canada's anti-dumping law," writes Aradhna Aggarwal in The Anti-dumping Agreement and Developing Countries: An Introduction (http://www.oup.com/).

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