In the realm of international trade, the anti-dumping instrument plays a crucial role in safeguarding domestic industries against unfair trading practices. The high number of anti-dumping investigations initiated around the world, as well as an increasingly broad product scope (such as touted cases on hydrogen or electric vehicles), mean that many internationally active companies will need to be aware of anti-dumping.
While World Trade Organization law sets out the general framework for municipal anti-dumping rules, countries that actively use the anti-dumping instrument have put in place their own detailed procedures.
Navigating the intricate landscape of anti-dumping procedures across various jurisdictions requires an understanding of each jurisdiction’s rules and processes. To help further that understanding, the Baker McKenzie global trade remedies team has put together a comparative table of anti-dumping procedures in five key anti-dumping jurisdictions: the European Union, the United States, Brazil, China, and Japan.
The comparative table of anti-dumping procedures, which can be accessed by clicking here, will provide you with insights into:
- The applicable regulatory framework
- Requirements for filing an anti-dumping complaint
- Investigation timelines
- Timeline for duties, and the applicable system of duties
- Consequences of non-cooperation
- Options for review
- Circumvention rules
- Options for legal recourse
Baker McKenzie’s global trade remedies team contains anti-dumping specialists in more than 20 jurisdictions around the world. This unique global reach allows us to help companies devise and execute a truly global trade remedies strategy to maximise opportunities while minimizing risk. Our team of professionals is available to discuss any questions you may have.