Anti Dumping Legislation: Fair Trade or Protectionism
Antidumping is one of the controversial subjects that are involved in the foreign trade. United States is now using antidumping legislations to importing companies. "Critics also say that antidumping laws create impediments to free trade, which results in misallocation of global resources and the disregard of comparative advantages."
Since the 19th century United States has been concerned about unfair competition. Some of the major antitrust legislation passed by the government to ensure fair competition within the U.S. are; Sherman Act, the Clayton Act, and the Robinson-Patman Act.
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