Procedural Issues in the Anti-Dumping Regulations of China: A Critical Review under the WTO Rules
Since the World Trade Organization (WTO) was established, China his made large-scale efforts to shape its trade remedy system through legal and organizational changes. Through these changes, China could clarify the meanings of WTO anti-dumping provisions including the provision relating to the definition of domestic industry. Moreover, procedural disciplines on reviews were fortified in Chinese anti-dumping system. While the overall improvements to the trade remedy system of China are evident, definitions of several key legal terms, including the concept of related producers, the negligible import standard, and adjustment factors for a fair comparison between normal values and export prices are still absent, and some legal problems relating to price undertakings and the countermeasure system remain to be solved. China should continue to proceed with the task of clarification and improvement of its trade rules.
China, WTO, Dumping, Anto-dumping, Antidumping, Trade Law, Hong Kong
Asian Studies | International Trade Law | Transnational Law
Law of Transnational Business
Chinese Journal of International Law
Oxford University Press
CHOI, Won-Mog and GAO, Henry Shuchao.
Procedural Issues in the Anti-Dumping Regulations of China: A Critical Review under the WTO Rules. (2006). Chinese Journal of International Law. 5, (3), 663-682. Research Collection School Of Law.
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