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An anti-dumping duty is a protectionist tariff that a domestic government imposes on foreign imports that it believes are priced below fair market value. In the United States, anti-dumping duties are imposed by the Department of Commerce and often exceed 100%. Dumping is said to occur when the goods are exported by a country to another country at a price lower than its normal value. This is an unfair trade practice which can have a distortive effect on international trade. In order to rectify this situation Central Govt. imposes an anti dumping duty not exceeding the margin of dumping in relation to such goods.

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What is the Non-injurious Price and injury margin? How these are worked out?
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What are the essential requisites for initiating an anti dumping investigation?
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How does protectionism affect gross domestic production (GDP)?
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What is the logic behind Anti Dumping Duty Tax?
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How do tariffs protect domestic industries?
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What is Free Trade Policy?
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What are the parameters of injury to the domestic industry?
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What is anti dumping? What is its purpose in International Trade?
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How do you define: ? Normal Value ? Export price and ? Dumping margin?
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What are various Anti Dumping rules?
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Is anti dumping a measure of protection for domestic industry?
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When Anti Dumping Duty Tax comes into play?
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What is Dumping?
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What is the difference between anti dumping duty and Normal Customs duty? Is the anti dumping duty over and above the Normal Customs duty chargeable on the import of an item?
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What is Anti Dumping Duty Tax in Taxes?
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Does dumping mean cheap or low priced imports?
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What are the parameters used to assess dumping of goods from a country?
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What is the legal framework for Anti Dumping, Anti Subsidy and safeguard measures?
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How is Comparative Advantage used as a justification against Anti Dumping Taxes?
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