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Zeroing and anti-circumvention emerge as key points in anti-dumping negotiations

22.01.08

Proposals for new international rules to deal with issues such as the scope of anti-dumping investigations; the controversial question of “zeroing”; anti-circumvention of dumping measures; and how countries must handle investigations, were circulated for comment late last year in the World Trade Organisation (“WTO”).

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New competition law makes damages for dumping more likely

08.10.07

Radical last-minute changes to amendments to the Trade Practices Act 1974 (“the Act”) present new risks for foreign companies exporting products to Australia at below cost prices, and significant opportunities for Australian industries facing such “dumping”.

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American in Shanghai

03.04.07

A US firm may have navigated a way around restrictions on foreign laws firms practising law in China says Jun Wang. But the venture may yet run aground McDermott Will & Emery (MWE), a global legal firm founded in Chicago, has chosen a different way of entering into China.

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