Abstract

Dumping is the practice of a company exporting a product to another country at prices lower than the normal value of the product (the domestic prices of the product) on its own domestic market. In the European Union the adoption of antidumping measures (e.g. antidumping duties) is regulated by the EU Antidumping Regulation 384/96 which complies with WTO obligations. The purpose of the Handbook of Paolo Farah and Roberto Soprano is to foster a greater understanding of the EU Antidumping Regulation and assist entrepreneurs in lodging antidumping complaints.
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Paolo Davide Farah
Founder, President and Director

‍Professor Paolo Davide Farah is Founder, President and Director of gLAWcal – Global Law Initiatives forSustainable Development, Associate Professor(with tenure) at West Virginia University, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences,John D. Rockefeller IV School of Policy and Politics, Department of Public Administration and “Internationally Renowned Professor/Distinguished Professor of Law” (Full Professor level) at Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU), Law School,Beijing, China.

Summary

Dumping is the practice of a company exporting a product to another country at prices lower than the normal value of the product (the domestic prices of the product) on its own domestic market. In the European Union the adoption of antidumping measures (e.g. antidumping duties) is regulated by the EU Antidumping Regulation 384/96 which complies with WTO obligations. The purpose of the Handbook of Paolo Farah and Roberto Soprano is to foster a greater understanding of the EU Antidumping Regulation and assist entrepreneurs in lodging antidumping complaints.

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