from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Intended to discourage importation and sale of foreign-made goods at prices substantially below domestic prices for the same items.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Intended to combat or prevent dumping, the sale of goods below cost for anticompetitive purposes


anti- +‎ dumping (Wiktionary)


  • Mr. De Gucht ' s strategy would expand the arsenal of traditional trade defense measures such as antidumping tariffs.

    EU Seeks to Crack Bidding In Beijing

  • In the present crisis, measures such as antidumping duties may not attract much attention, but this creeping protectionism poses an equally great danger.

    Dumping on Global Trade

  • "There have been increases in tariffs, new nontariff measures and more resort to trade defense measures such as antidumping actions."

    WTO Details Rising Protectionism,

  • But it also highlighted a broader sensitivity about "antidumping" measures, which impose extra duties on imports that are allegedly sold for less than they cost at home.

    WTO Rejects U.S. Appeal in Japan Antidumping Case

  • Under WTO rules, the importing country may retaliate by applying "antidumping" duties.

    EU Imposes Tariffs on Imports of Steel Pipe From China

  • Sino trade dialogue as the other usual suspects: antidumping and countervailing duties, intellectual property, government procurement and indigenous innovation programs and currency valuations.

    U.S.-China Trade Highlights Cumbersome Export Controls

  • Using a nonmarket-economy procedure for antidumping cases often leads to higher duties than might be the case if Commerce based duty rates solely on the actual costs of production in China or Vietnam.

    The Name of the Trade Game

  • China trade in recent year has come from old-fashioned antidumping and countervailing duty cases.

    The Name of the Trade Game

  • Beijing appealed, arguing the U.S. couldn't legally impose two different classes of punitive duties—antidumping and antisubsidy— on the same goods.

    Trade Body Rules in Beijing's Favor

  • Beijing has been campaigning hard for market-economy status from both the U.S. and EU because it would make it harder for those countries to levy antidumping duties.

    Trade Body Rules in Beijing's Favor


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