antisubsidy

antisubsidy

(æntɪˈsʌbsɪdɪ)
adj
(Commerce) opposed to or acting against subsidization
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The United States also announced tariffs on steel from Vietnam that was originally produced in South Korea or Taiwan, arguing that these circumvented US antidumping and antisubsidy duties.
The United States already has 28 antisubsidy tariffs on steel from China and a new move to limit imports outside the structures of the World Trade Organisation would rile the EU.
At this time, Labour and the Conservatives were united in their antisubsidy approach, strongly believing agricultural issues should be solved in the open market.
In December 2014 the Commerce Department issued the final ruling that Chinese manufacturers had unfairly benefited from government subsidies and imposed antidumping duties ranging from 26.71 percent to 78.42 percent on most solar panels imported from China and antisubsidy duties of 27.64 percent to 49.79 percent on Chinese modules (Cardwell 2014).
It should be noted that VCAD has duties and powers not only in the field of competition law, but also in the fields of antidumping, antisubsidy, application of safeguards with respect to goods imported into Vietnam, and protection of consumers' rights.
The EU should avoid use international organizations such as the WTO and the IMF to address contentious issues, will use more "antisubsidy" tariffs to keep out Chinese goods that are deemed artificially cheap because of improper state aid, sticks to its dialogue-based approach, while trying to make it more effective, and should encourage China to discuss currency issues in a wider format.
The emerging vision of public welfare was correlated with the "antisubsidy" position in debates that crystallized around Herbert Hoover's earlier proposal to subsidize Red Cross relief programs with federal funds.
Grant and Barysch hold that the EU will follow the US in using more "antisubsidy" tariffs to keep out Chinese goods that are deemed artificially cheap because of improper state aid.
Department of Commerce announced a preliminary decision to apply countervailing duties (an antisubsidy remedy) to two PRC companies exporting "coated free sheet" (glossy) paper to the United States.
Rothgeb (political science, Miami U., Oxford, Ohio) and Chinapandhu (political science, Ramkhamhaeng U., Bangkok, Thailand) present a case study of U.S.-Thai trade relations to examine how government officials and private industry representatives from a developing country handle problems associated with the antidumping and antisubsidy rules and procedures they confront in their largest export market and at the World Trade Organization.
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