Ed. by Alan B. Tippton and Charles M. Roylton.
Four excerpts from articles published by the Congressional Research Service in 2007 and 2006 summarize the measures allowed by international law and agreements that can be taken--in theory by any country but in this case by the US--in response to unfair trade practices by another government. They explain the principles, trade remedy legislation to apply countervailing action to nonmarket economy countries, and new shipper reviews. Nonmarket economy countries is diplomatic for China.
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|Date:||Feb 1, 2009|
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