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(Commerce) commerce
a. a method of trade protection intended to stop other countries dumping goods cheaply on a domestic market
b. (as modifier): an antidumping agreement.
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(ˌæn tiˈdʌm pɪŋ, ˌæn taɪ-)

intended to discourage the dumping of imported goods, esp. by imposing extra customs duties: antidumping restrictions.
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References in periodicals archive ?
"WTO Secretariat Reports Significant Decline in New Final Antidumping Measures." Press Release, November 1, 2004, PRESS/387, [].
Although business news in the developed world tends to emphasize trade policy enforcement by the two large economic powers, the European Union (EU) and the United States, the use of antidumping has become very widespread--39 other World Trade Organization (WTO) member countries (and possibly other nonmembers) initiated antidumping cases over the 1995-2003 period.
Dar to slap antidumping duties on imported rice as rice farmers have lost at least P40 billion due to the 23-percent decline in palay prices.
He urged the government of Pakistan to resolve/negotiate all antidumping barriers imposed by Turkey on Pakistani textile and other items before the signing of FTA.
Industry watchers here view that the 41.1 percent antidumping duties on wire rods would offset any competitive gains Korean exports may have with the exemption of additional tariffs.
ITC determination in the sunset review of the U.S antidumping duty order covering imports of silicon metal from China.
PHMEA Central Chairman Dr Khurram Anwar Khawaja said the government had recently imposed a 5 percent regulatory duty on the import of polyester yarn with an average 7% antidumping duty.
The US International Trade Commission (USITC) decided Friday, by a unanimous 5-0 vote, that revoking the huge US antidumping tariff on Iranian pistachios would likely injure the US pistachio industry.
The Department of Trade and Industry has slapped provisional antidumping duties as high as 87 percent on float glass imports from China as these were found to be causing serious injury to Philippine glass manufacturers.