China-U.S. Trade Law

China-U.S. Trade Law

Insights & commentary on active trade disputes between China and the U.S.

Tag Archives: Zeroing

China Challenges US Continuation Of Practice Inflating Dumping Margins Through Zeroing Almost A Decade After The WTO Struck That Practice Down 中国挑战美国归零法,确为步WTO后尘

Posted in Antidumping, WTO
China requested a WTO panel on October 13, 2011 challenging the U.S. practice of zeroing in the 2004 antidumping investigation involving warm water shrimp and the 2006 antidumping investigation of diamond saw blades. This challenge to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s (“Commerce”) practice of zeroing to inflate dumping margins is the 10th such challenge since… Continue Reading

The United States Is Vigilant When It Comes To China’s WTO Compliance, Less So When It Comes To Its Own 美国对中国如何履行入世承诺总是异常警觉,那么她自己呢?

Posted in WTO
中文请点击这里 The United States Trade Representative (“USTR”) published a notice in the Federal Register on September 1, 2009 requesting comments and announcing a public hearing on China’s compliance with its WTO commitments. This notice is part of an institutional mechanism the United States created to monitor and enforce other countries’ compliance with their WTO obligations.… Continue Reading