Recent Antidumping Cases Involving Companies in Russia and Ukraine
Robert W. McGee
Fayetteville State University - Department of Accounting
Proceedings, Thirteenth Annual World Business Conference, International Management Development Association, Maastricht, July 14-18, 2004
This paper begins with a discussion of antidumping laws in general and how they have been applied by U.S. domestic producers to target Russian and Ukrainian companies. The use and abuse of antidumping laws by the steel industry in the United States is then discussed, followed by discussions and analyses of selected antidumping cases involving Russian and Ukrainian companies and industries. The paper then applies ethical theory to antidumping and concludes that the only ethical solution is repeal rather than reform of the antidumping laws.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 11
Keywords: antidumping, dumping, Russia, Ukraine, former Soviet Union, transition economy, protectionism, nontariff trade barrier
JEL Classification: D63, D72, F13, F14, F4, K2, K33, L51, L61, O1
Date posted: August 3, 2004
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