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Abstract

Any Asian company wishing to do business with the European Union (EU) must take account of EU law in general and EU antidumping rules in particular, having regard to table 4.1 below.

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European Union Asian Company Uruguay Round European Union Commission Major Trading Partner 
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Notes

  1. 2.
    The most recent GATT/WTO antidumping Code was adopted on 15.04.1994 in Marrakech (Morocco); see The Results of the Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations; the Legal Texts, GATT, Geneva, June, 1994;Google Scholar
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  3. 4.
    Van Bad, I., ‘The 1994 Anti-dumping Code and the New EC Anti-dumping Regulation’ in Bourgeois, Berrod and Fournier (eds) (1995) The Uruguay Round Results, European Interuniversity Press, Brussels, p 233.Google Scholar
  4. 9.
    See Vermulst, E. (1987) Antidumping Law and Practice in the United States and the European Communities, North-Holland, Amsterdam, p 194.Google Scholar
  5. 16.
    Hizon, E. M., ‘Antidumping and the European Policy vis-à-vis the East Asian NICs’, World Competition, 1994, p 118.Google Scholar

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  • Matthias Niyonzima

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