Anti-Dumping Policy and Law of Vietnam: A Critical Analysis from Integration and Competition Policy Perspectives

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011

Posted: 17 Jun 2011 Last revised: 18 Jul 2013

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Tran Viet Dung

Ho Chi Minh City University of Law

Date Written: February 10, 2011

Abstract

Anti-dumping measure has become one of the most important trade remedy instruments against international dumping. However, the misuse of this trade instrument for the protectionist purpose may jeopardize the benefits of countries' economic integration.

In 2004, Vietnam has adopted its first anti-dumping legislation with the hope that it would strengthen the economic law regime and at the same time to accommodate the WTO requirements. This book provides insight to development of anti-dumping law and policy in Vietnam. In particular, it investigates the theoretical and practical implication of anti-dumping law in regards to promotion of trade liberalization, fair competition and economic development for Vietnam.

This book provides some contributions to the stock of knowledge concerning anti-dumping law and policy in Vietnam and produce suggestions for development of the national anti-dumping system. Hence, the proposals for development of an efficient anti-dumping system are vital not only to Vietnam, but also to most of the trading communities in the world.

Keywords: WTO, Vietnam, Doi Moi, anti-dumping, competition, economic development, protectionism

JEL Classification: F13, K29

Suggested Citation

Viet Dung, Tran, Anti-Dumping Policy and Law of Vietnam: A Critical Analysis from Integration and Competition Policy Perspectives (February 10, 2011). LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1865644

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