“The American position is that we are entitled to apply what are called "countervailing duties" against products that are subsidized by foreign governments.”
“So just knowing that the nightmare hasn't come to pass, that there was still at least a little opening to wedge in countervailing views and loosen the incumbent's grip on power, makes me feel much better.”
“EU governments have 13 months from the beginning of a probe to impose five-year anti-subsidy -- or "countervailing" -- duties and 15 months to impose definitive anti-dumping measures.”
“Antisubsidy duties, also known as countervailing duties, have been touted as innovative and somehow different from conventional antidumping duties.”
“The events in Wisconsin are bringing the idea of "countervailing powers" back into the discussion.”
“If we need trade action, he can apply what is called the countervailing duty law to currency manipulation, permitting the imposition of a duty on exports financed by currency subsidies.”
“What this would do would be where there is a finding of illegal subsidy, it would impose what is called a countervailing tariff to level the playing field to take away the benefit of the illegal subsidy.”
“We talked about Congressman English's bill which would put China in the position of making the Chinese government responsible for subsidizing their companies and thus have them subjected to what are called countervailing duties.”
“The so-called countervailing duty rate for all companies was set at 18.18 percent.”
“Based on the encouraging outcomes from the swine flu CD a particular set of frequencies have been identified as the countervailing frequencies that are allied with the symptom causing proteins produced by the toxic substances being used in the Gulf oil spill clean-up efforts.”
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