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Antidumping and competition policies in Latin America and Caribbean

J. Luis Guasch

Antidumping and competition policies in Latin America and Caribbean

total strangers or soul mates? / J. Luis Guasch and Sarath Rajapatirana.

by J. Luis Guasch

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Published by World Bank, Latin America and the Caribbean Region, Finance, Private Sector, and Infrastructure Group in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Latin America,
  • Caribbean Area,
  • Latin America.,
  • Caribbean Area.
    • Subjects:
    • Dumping (International trade) -- Latin America.,
    • Dumping (International trade -- Caribbean Area.,
    • Competition, Unfair -- Latin America.,
    • Competition, Unfair -- Caribbean Area.,
    • Latin America -- Commercial policy.,
    • Caribbean Area -- Commercial policy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesTotal strangers or soul mates?
      SeriesPolicy research working paper ;, 1958, Policy research working papers ;, 1958.
      ContributionsRajapatirana, Sarath., World Bank. Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Office. Finance, Private Sector, and Infrastructure Group.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG3881.5.W57 P63 no. 1958
      The Physical Object
      Pagination26 p. ;
      Number of Pages26
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL497455M
      LC Control Number98231817

      In absence of common rules on competition law makes anti-dumping a necessity. The challenge is to the actual import. From the economics point of view, there is no sufficient ground to second any anti-dumping law, since price discrimination across the markets is a legitimate and exactly rational, shrewd and legitimate profit-enhancing action. It shall be the first step in the direction of eliminating the anti-dumping provisions. Positivist thinking, which sought a "strong government" to "modernize" society, played a major influence on Latin American military thinking in the 20th century. The authors do not find that fine-tuning antidumping policy is a good option.

      Efforts will be made to bring cooperation to upstream business such as exploration and development, so as to consolidate the foundation for cooperation and expand resources potentials; and at the same time, cooperation will be extended to downstream and supporting industries such as smelting, processing, logistics trade and equipment manufacturing, so as to improve added value of products. Sincethe Chinese leadership Antidumping and competition policies in Latin America and Caribbean book set forth a series of major initiatives and measures on strengthening China's relations and cooperation with Latin America and the Caribbean in a wide range of areas, which has provided new development goals and new driving forces for the relations. Anti-Dumping means the export country charging a lower price than what it charges at his home country, thus trying to remove the domestic market players as in to dominate the market, and thus effectively affecting the fair competition in market by reaching the threshold limit of Appreciably Adverse Effect on Competition. The unrest culminated in a series of mass strikes and tensions between governments and trade unions. To achieve this, some newly-independent states pursued African Socialism to build indigenous growth and break free from capitalist development patterns. Upholding the principle of business-led and market-oriented cooperation for mutual economic and social benefits, China will support the efforts of Chinese enterprises to invest and start business in Latin American and Caribbean countries, and align high-quality capacity and advantageous equipment of China with the needs of Latin American and Caribbean countries, in order to help the countries in need to enhance their capacity for independent development.

      In the fisheries, fruit and vegetable sector, domestic production has increased sharply, imports have declined significantly and the trade balance difference between exports and imports has improved. There is a need to minimize the manipulation of antidumping laws and limit the discretionary powers of the state authorities. Suggested Citation Hoekman, Bernard M. Many scholars have suggested replacing the antidumping law with an effective competition law regime. While mastery of the technical elements of a safeguard or antidumping investigation is mandatory, sustaining liberalization depends in significant part on the political skills to know when to emphasize the technical elements, when to rely more on the discretion the government retains under the rules, and on the courage to do it. Safeguarding world peace and promoting common development remains a daunting task.


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Antidumping and competition policies in Latin America and Caribbean by J. Luis Guasch Download PDF Ebook

As a result of trade reforms in the s and s Latin American and Caribbean countries became more open than at any time since World War II. Economists argue that since consumption often exceeds output for an imported good, consumers lose more than what the producers tend to gain.

Over the past few years it has been advised that anti-dumping measures and competition measures are replicas, and that too of the complementary mechanisms, and that one should take place of the other and both shall not take place simultaneously.

After the coming of concept of Anti- Dumping1, fair competition in the market has also been affected a lot. Several commentators have observed that anti-dumping law was extra territorial application of competition law.

Exceptional Protection the Way Ahead: A Developing Country Perspective

Anti-Dumping steps are, henceforth not generally a way of revitalizing fair trade although sometimes may berather they are somewhat up to a particular extent, of protective mechanism.

The jurisprudence behind the anti-dumping law justifies the prevention of dumping on various Antidumping and competition policies in Latin America and Caribbean book and social grounds. The International Trade Commission revoked its' anti-dumping orders after serious conduct and allegation of perjury was made against the cartel members.

The participants thanked the WTO Secretariat for organizing the course and particularly noted the professional and personal value of the sessions. The challenge is to the actual import.

The Commission cannot prohibit import, its jurisdiction commences after import is completed and any restrictive trade practice takes place. The two sides will strengthen sports exchanges and practical cooperation, encourage their athletes to participate in various sports events held in each other's countries, and build more high-level sports centers.

Faced with changes in the external environment triggered by the global financial crisis, all countries are taking active steps to cope with the challenges and maintain and promote inclusive and sustainable economic and social development.

Contrary to its intent, import substitution exacerbated inequality in Latin America. Requests for protection must be handled openly and transparently, with the findings subject to public scrutiny.

Their proposal does not involve harmonization of competition laws. China will deepen policy dialogue, information sharing, experience exchange, capacity building and technical cooperation in the fields of water resources planning and utilization, ecosystem protection, river-lake management, disaster reduction and relief, and Hippophae rhamnoides cultivation.

The principal concept underlying ISI can thus be described as an attempt to reduce foreign dependency of a country's economy through local production of industrialized products, whether through national or foreign investment, for domestic or foreign consumption. Firstly, if a country believes that the other country is dumping its' goods in its territory, it shall have to investigate in the other homeland.

Mercantilist economic theory and practices of the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries frequently advocated building up domestic manufacturing and import substitution.

All that would change from the status quo is that a necessary condition for an antidumping action is that competition authorities find that the exporting firm's home market is not contestable, and conclude that no remedial action is possible through the application of competition law.

Active steps will be taken to carry out cooperation and exchanges on customs capacity building, trade facilitation, capacity building, goods trade statistics, and standardization. China will explore and issue more facilitation policies to promote two-way tourism, and support the negotiation for more direct flights between aviation authorities of the two sides.

Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean

Therefore, it would have no jurisdiction to decide whether the action of the Government in permitting import of float glass even at predatory prices is valid or not.

Anti-Dumping means the export country charging a lower price than what Antidumping and competition policies in Latin America and Caribbean book charges at his home country, thus trying to remove the domestic market players as in to dominate the market, and thus effectively affecting the fair competition in market by reaching the threshold limit of Appreciably Adverse Effect on Competition.

The premise of proponents of antidumping actions is that the existence of market power in exporter's home markets, or potential market dominance in the importing host market, is an important source of perceived"unfairness. It is imperative, they say, that antidumping be contained if not altogether eliminated.Competition Commission of India Study on Antidumping and Competition Law Economic Laws Practice New Delhi Mumbai Ahmedabad Pune vi 3.

Methodology: The research has been carried out primarily with the help of a comprehensive literature survey of. Downloadable! The authors explore the possibility of government's seeking to agree to apply competition policy based considerations and disciplines in addressing unfair-trade allegations before turning to"standard"antidumping remedies.

The premise of proponents of antidumping actions is that the existence of market power in exporter's home markets, or potential market dominance in the.

The SME Policy Index is a benchmarking tool that assists emerging economies in monitoring and evaluating progress in policies that support small and medium-sized enterprises. This first application of the Index methodology in the Latin American and Caribbean region covers the four Pacific Alliance member countries (Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru) and three participating South American countries.This book proposes a pdf of 'Open Regionalism' in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) aimed at achieving the region's goals of high growth with stability.

The LAC region experienced a growth spurt with equity during the first decade of the 21st Century.Safeguards and antidumping in Latin American trade liberalization: fighting fire with fire (English) Abstract. This book is a report on success-success in trade liberalization and in the removal of trade barriers so as to integrate Latin American economies into the international galisend.com by: The reforms that took place in Latin America and the Caribbean in ebook to the economic shocks of ebook early s offer several lessons for implementing trade reform programs that will antidumping, and subsidies.

For a detailed analysis see “Trade Policy Reform in Latin America and the Caribbean in the s” by Asad Alam and.