China-U.S. Trade Law

China-U.S. Trade Law

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History Shows That It Pays Respondents To Participate In Trade Disputes At The U.S. International Trade Commission 历史证明应积极参加美国国际贸易委员会调查

Posted in Antidumping, ITC, Trade Disputes
The US Department of Commerce (“DOC”) initiated 731 antidumping investigations between 1988 and 2008. Three hundred (or 41%) of those investigations did not result in an antidumping order because the International Trade Commission (“ITC”) determined that the imports in question were not the cause of material injury or threat of imminent material injury to a… Continue Reading

The Stakes Are Too High For China Not To Cooperate And Participate In Trade Remedy Disputes, And To Hire The Best Counsel 积极参与贸易案件,重金聘请优秀律师

Posted in Antidumping, CVD, ITC
China Is A Target China has been the primary target of anti-dumping measures around the world for a very long time. More than 30 countries have initiated roughly 600 antidumping cases against 4000 different types of Chinese products during the last two decades. The United States alone has conducted 122 investigations (excluding withdrawals and terminations),… Continue Reading

China-U.S. Trade War 中美贸易大战

Posted in ITC, Trade Disputes
*This article was published in International Trade Law 360 on January 7, 2010. 中文请点击这里 On January 4 The Washington Post headlined on Page 2, with a Beijing dateline, “U.S. and China in a snowballing trade fight.” The article followed two others prominently presented with similar messages on January 1 and 3, one bannered with the… Continue Reading