countervailable

countervailable

(ˌkaʊntəˈveɪləbəl)
adj
obsolete able to counteract or offset as equivalent
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Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced the affirmative preliminary determination in the countervailing duty (CVD) investigation of imports of forged steel fittings from China, finding that exporters in China received countervailable subsidies equal to 13.
More extensive retaliation can be envisaged, including the imposition of import surcharges or countervailing duties, if currency manipulation is deemed a countervailable subsidy like any other.
2378, 111th Congress (2009) (requiring the Department of Commerce to investigate foreign government currency practices as a countervailable subsidy); Trade Facilitation and Trade Enforcement Act of 2015.
For the purpose of the countervailing duty investigations, countervailable subsidies referred to financial assistance from foreign governments that benefit the production of goods from foreign companies and are limited to specific enterprises or industries.
96 percent [ITA 2012], In addition, in the course of its joint CVD investigation, Commerce found that Chinese manufacturers had received countervailable subsidies between 14.
Aluisio de Lima-Campos, A Case for Misaligned Currencies as Countervailable Subsidies, 33 (UNCTAD 2012), http://unctad.
Last August, the Commerce Department preliminarily determined Mexican sugar imports were subject to countervailable government subsidies at margins ranging from 2.
Funds will be allocated to the countervailable subsidy, which includes the maintenance of municipal administrations, and capital costs.
was a countervailable subsidy, the Commerce Department stated that
112-99 amended the countervailing duty statute by adding a new provision that gives the DOC the authority to adjust the antidumping duty amount to take account of the double counting of subsidies if a countervailable subsidy "has been demonstrated" to lower the export price of the subject merchandise, and if the DOC "can reasonably estimate" the magnitude of the double counting of subsidies.
These range from insisting that the Treasury Department refer the matter to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), to requiring that the US Trade Representative bring a formal complaint to the WTO, treating China's alleged currency manipulation as a source of dumping or countervailable subsidies that would permit the imposition of antidumping or countervailing duties on Chinese imports.
81 per cent and that they have also received countervailable subsidies of 4.