EC and WTO Anti-Dumping Law: A Handbook by Wolfgang MuellerEC and WTO Anti-Dumping Law: A Handbook by Wolfgang Mueller

EC and WTO Anti-Dumping Law: A Handbook

byWolfgang Mueller, Nicholas Khan, Tibor Scharf

Hardcover | March 26, 2009

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This practical commentary addresses all aspects of the EC Anti-Dumping regulation and makes extensive comparison with WTO Anti-Dumping Law. Anti-Dumping Law is a branch of EC and WTO law which is of considerable practical and economic relevance. This book is the long-awaited new edition of the1997 book by the same authors and includes all the changes in that period including relevant Court rulings, the extensive practice by the Council and the Commission of the European Union as well as reports by the WTO Dispute Settlement Panels. This book will be the standard reference book among practitioners and government officials around the world as many important countries using anti-dumping instruments have based their laws and practice on the EC model.
Nicholas Khan is a member of the Legal Service of the European Commission, working with the State-Aid and Anti-Dumping team. He was previously in private practice in Blackstone Chambers, London. He has co-authored numerous articles and books on Anti-Dumping law. Wolfgang Mueller is Head of the policy unit responsible for trade defense...
Title:EC and WTO Anti-Dumping Law: A HandbookFormat:HardcoverDimensions:960 pagesPublished:March 26, 2009Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0199565317

ISBN - 13:9780199565313


Table of Contents

Part I: IntroductionHistorical background; the role of Anti-Dumping in the EC's External TradeEconomic RationaleMultilateral Rules: GATT and WTOEC LegislationPart II: Commentary1. Article 1: Principles2. Article 2: Determination of Dumping3. Article 3: Determination of Injury4. Article 4: Community of Industry5. Article 5: Initiation of Anti-Dumping Proceedings6. Article 6: The Investigation7. Article 7: Provisional Measures8. Article 8: Undertakings9. Article 9: Termination Without Measures and Imposition of Definitive Duties10. Article 10: Retroactivity11. Article 11: Duration, Review and Refunds12. Article 12: Anti-absorption13. Article 13: Circumvention14. Article 14: General Provisions15. Article 15: Consulatation16. Article 16: Verification Visits17. Article 17: Sampling18. Article 18: Non Co-operation19. Article 19: Confidentiality20. Article 20: Disclosure21. Article 21: Community Interest22. Article 22: Final Provisions23. Article 23: Repeal of Existing Legislation and Transitional Measures24. Article 24: Entry into ForcePart III: Judicial Review25. Judicial Review