Anti-dumping and countervailing duties sit at the heart of domestic trade law in countries worldwide. Domestic trade authorities are constantly in process of investigating, evaluating and determining import and export compliance in line with their commitments under the WTO relating to anti-dumping, countervailing duties and safeguards. Our clients rely on Dentons’ solid experience in the full spectrum of trade remedies. They count on our daily assistance, as well as on our delivery of successful results.

To help you navigate what can be a complex web of statutes with differing procedures, elements, reach and consequences, Dentons created this interactive tool synthesizing legislation across a common set of variables. Drawing on the knowledge and resources of our global, multidisciplinary team, our tool puts key information at your fingertips so that you can quickly and easily learn about and compare various aspects of international anti-dumping laws, such as:

  • Who can bring a complaint
  • How are export prices determined
  • Preliminary Inquiries
  • Questionnaire requirements and verifications
  • How is injury determined
  • Sampling techniques used by authorities
  • Cumulation & multiple countries
  • The level of de minimus thresholds
  • Treatment of related parties
  • Investigation periods
  • Undertaking & suspension agreements
  • Confidentiality of proceedings
  • Public interest considerations
  • Interim reviews and extensions of duties

Begin by selecting one, two or three countries, and any or all key points to view/compare.

The results of each search can be easily shared, including ways to connect with key contacts across all locations. For queries or additional support please contact Paul Lalonde or Sean Stephenson

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