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Identifikators:321065
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Publicēts: 13.05.2014.
Valoda: Angļu
Līmenis: Augstskolas
Literatūras saraksts: 26 vienības
Atsauces: Ir
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Nr. Sadaļas nosaukums  Lpp.
  Summary    3
  Introduction    4
1.  Definition of the dumping    6
2.  Historical development of the dumping law    8
3.  Regulation of anti-dumping in international law nowadays    9
4.  Analysis of the cases on the anti-dumping    16
5.  Bar charts    26
5.1.  The world leaders in the initiations of the anti-dumping investigations in July-December, 2004, 2005    26
5.2.  The world leaders – subjects of new investigations in July-December, 2004, 2005    27
6.  Conclusion    28
7.  Bibliography    29
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CONCLUSION

The Anti-dumping law provides a legal remedy to countervail low-priced competition in the domestic market from foreign producers, who is selling their goods at prices below their own home market or below their normal cost of production, if it causes injury to the domestic industry. The process of determination of dumping, initiation of investigation and investigation itself take a long period of time, which is sufficient for investigation authorities to finish all necessary activities and establish is dumping taking place or not.
The anti-dumping cases and the imposition of the anti-dumping measures became a part of the life, especially, of the business world. The anti-dumping cases are ones of the most controversial practices in international law. In author’s opinion, the reason of the mentioned statement is that very often the anti-dumping rules are abused for commercial gain and interests of the domestic companies.
In spite of the purpose of the dumping and anti-dumping law, that is to protect the domestic market from „unfair” trade and to safeguard domestic manufacturers from foreign „unfair” competition, the domestic industries of some countries try to struggle against „unfair” prices using „unfair” methods. Sometimes the application of initiation of anti-dumping investigation is a „strategic plan” of the company in order to diminish competitors in the certain market. The best example of such situation is Integrated Electronic Compact Fluorescent Lamps case.
The anti-dumping cases are difficult and controversial, because of the historical development of the country or of certain industry. Some of the analysed cases show that sometimes the anti-dumping cases have lack of objectivity, transparency and some other necessary elements.

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