Tuesday, March 22, 2022

Abdulkadir Yilmazcan on The Slow Train to Reforming Anti-Dumping Measures (Amicus Curiae)

"The Slow Train to Reforming Anti-Dumping Measures"
Abdulkadir Yilmazcan (PhD graduate)
Amicus Curiae
Series 2, Vol 3, No. 2, pp. 335-360
Published in 2022
Abstract: This essay examines the need for and slow progress towards a revision of the Anti-Dumping Agreement, but they are without positive outcomes. Several reasons account for this failure such as the deadlock in the Doha Development Round, mega trade agreements and the willingness of top anti-dumping users to engage in meaningful reform. In this paper, alternative solutions are proposed to settle the hidden trade protectionism in anti-dumping investigations. Normative solutions include a comprehensive reform of the Anti-Dumping Agreement. Such a revision has already been suggested in the literature, but this study departs from most others by prioritizing procedural issues rather than substantive ones. The study proposes changes to enhancing procedural justice in anti-dumping processes.

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