A Dangerous Discretionary “Duty”: U.S. Antidumping Policy Toward China

 In Notes

In an era of flourishing transitions from state controlled policies and economies to democratic governance, the United States foreign trade policy, particularly toward emerging market-oriented countries, may require adjustment to maintain the credibility of the United States as an important player in the trade scene and to prevent alienation of the new markets. Numerous countries that once subscribed to government control of their economies have been edging away from state control in the private sector and have opened their markets to foreign trade and investment. Recognizing the benefits of trading in new markets, the United States has taken measures to encourage these countries to enter into agreements that further liberalize their trade activities.

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