Major U.S. legal remedies against import competition
Read Online

Major U.S. legal remedies against import competition

  • 539 Want to read
  • ·
  • 81 Currently reading

Published by Chemical Manufacturers Association in Washington, D.C. (2501 M St., N.W., Washington 20037) .
Written in English



  • United States.


  • Foreign trade regulation -- United States.,
  • Antidumping duties -- United States.,
  • Competition, International.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Other titlesMajor United States legal remedies against import competition.
Statementprepared by Gabrielle H. Williamson under the sponsorship of the International Trade Committee.
ContributionsChemical Manufacturers Association (U.S.). International Trade Committee.
LC ClassificationsKF1993.Z9 W54
The Physical Object
Pagination53 p. :
Number of Pages53
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3037230M
LC Control Number82127038

Download Major U.S. legal remedies against import competition


Import Competition: When a private or domestic firm is competing with imports from a foreign firm. Safeguards Against Injury: Temporary tariff used by countries to protect home industry from injuries caused by increased imports of similar products from foreign countries. Kee and Hoekman investigate the impact of competition law on industry markups over time and across a large number of countries. They find both domestic and foreign competition to be major sources of market discipline in concentrated markets, but that the direct effect of competition law is insignificant. ˘The most important thing to say [about the law of remedies] is that there is no law of remedies ˇ1 I. Introduction Competition law remedies have recently become the focus of academic scholars with a number of publications dedicated on this topic in the United States (US)2 and in the European Union (E U)3. The Microsoft litigation was the Cited by: 2. Jul 21,  · U.S. antidumping laws thus have proved to be a more convenient tool to limit competition by denying foreigners access to the U.S. market. The U.S. steel industry, for .

remedies which effectively eliminate competition concerns, are proportionate and provide legal certainty. Effectiveness, proportionality and legal certainty are the guiding principles in all our remedies cases. A. I consider that the most important "innovation" in our remedies these last years has been. Many United States companies have, unfortunately, made the search for legal protection from import competition into a major line of work. Since the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) has received about complaints alleging damage from imports that benefit from subsidies by foreign governments. Three of these issues are: actions taken against dumping (selling at an unfairly low price) subsidies and special “countervailing” duties to offset the subsidies emergency measures to limit imports temporarily, designed to “safeguard” domestic industries. a. To provide remedies against dumped and subsidized imports b. To impair the economic capabilities of a targeted nation to compel it to accede to the imposing nation's objectives c. To provide governmental assistance in support of key industries d. To deny a foreign country the benefits of .

Mergers Legislation > Archive > Merger Remedies Notice currently in force Previous notice () Commission Notice on remedies acceptable under Council Regulation (EEC) No /89 and under Commission Regulation (EC) No /98 Official Journal C 68, , p. 3. Oct 21,  · i believe that u.s should place stiff controls on imporst and goods because of the exporting of american jobs. If their are tariffs, than it would help jobs in the US because people would start buying their own products and businesses would start doing better. with that being said since the US imports from more than countries than having the tariffs would be a bad thing because the goods. May 04,  · See Ioannis Lianos, Is the Availability of “Appropriate” Remedies a Limit to Competition Law Liability Under Article TFEU? The Mishiefs of “Discretionary Remedialism” in Competition Law, in C ompetition L aw and the E nforcement of A rticle 82 – (Federico F. Etro & Ioannis I. Kokkoris eds., Oxford Univ. Press ).Cited by: 6. China is doing more than just challenging U.S./EU trade remedies in domestic judical proceedings and the WTO, which is the typical response. In addition, it is imposing its own trade remedies against U.S./EU products, and it is doing so in a confrontational way (in direct response to duties imposed on it).