Journal Article

Antidumping in Emerging Countries in the Post-crisis Era: A Case Study on Brazil and China

Dan Wei

in Journal of International Economic Law

Volume 16, issue 4, pages 921-958
Published in print December 2013 | ISSN: 1369-3034
Published online December 2013 | e-ISSN: 1464-3758 | DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.1093/jiel/jgt027
Antidumping in Emerging Countries in the Post-crisis Era: A Case Study on Brazil and China

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Traditional users and new users of antidumping are pursuing different paths. Nowadays, the trend of active use of antidumping tools has shifted from the developed countries towards the developing countries. The antidumping measures imposed by emerging economies tend to be more frequent and severe than those imposed by developed countries and South–South protectionism also emerges. Even though emerging countries like Brazil and China remain the targets of antidumping protection provided in the WTO framework, they have already acquired the capacity to use such measures and intensified their strategic employment and successfully lodged cases before the Dispute Settlement Body of the WTO. The article attempts to examine and compare critically the Brazil’s and China’s use of antidumping and elucidate that emerging countries must find a way to harmonize mutually beneficial trading relationships with many other countries, if they intend to improve their leading positions in reshaping the world trading order in a way compatible with their emerging power and influence today.

Journal Article.  18712 words. 

Subjects: Financial Law ; Public International Law ; Economics

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