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Synonyms for dumping

the act of getting rid of something useless or used up

Words related to dumping

selling goods abroad at a price below that charged in the domestic market

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The anti-dumping laws take a curious approach to the concept of fair value.
For example, work carried out by the World Bank calculated that nominal tariffs on United States manufacturing imports would average 23 per cent compared with actual rates of 6 per cent if the costs of anti-dumping duties were added to ordinary tariffs (reported in the Financial Times, 25.
The MITI said Royal Malaysian Customs Department would enforce the collection of anti-dumping duties through Feb.
The UAE claims that the anti-dumping measures are inconsistent with various provisions of the WTO's Anti-Dumping Agreement and the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1994.
If established that dumping has caused material injury to domestic players, the directorate would recommend imposition of anti-dumping duty on the imports.
23 percent anti-dumping duty on Hyundai Steel and 2.
Countries initiate anti-dumping probes to determine if the domestic industry has been hurt by a surge in below-cost imports.
However, anti-dumping treats all goods imported at a price lower than the common selling price in the exporting country as being 'dumped', (4) and if 'injury' (5) to the importing market is proven, the margin between the two prices is accommodated for by an imposed dumping duty.
So far as Pakistan is concerned, levying of Anti-Dumping duties on bed linen and matches by the EU and Egypt, correspondingly, explains the abuse of systole importing countries.
Those in charge of the industrial sector have to work together to educate everyone and familiarize them with anti-dumping related laws and regulations," Al Hasani pointed out.
The department also issued anti-dumping duties of 3 percent to 92 percent on producers of corrosion-resistant steel in Italy, India, South Korea and Taiwan, it said in a statement.
The workshop also highlights anti-dumping measures by detailing specific global case studies to determine the methods that are in line with commercial policies in GCC countries.
Trade tensions rise as China, the United States and the European Union quarrel how far each can go with anti-dumping measures to prevent exports at low prices to control markets, reports Guy de Jonquieres for Nikkei Asian Review.
Agriculture Secretary Proceso Alcala yesterday approved the anti-dumping duty imposed by the Tariff Commission against Turkish flour imports.
The European Renewable Ethanol Association (ePURE) asked the European Commission, on 29 January, to take steps to halt the circumvention by American bioethanol exporters of EU anti-dumping duties on imported US fuel ethanol, in place since February 2013.
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