This Article concentrates only on American antidumping, safeguard, and antitrust laws. The analysis, however, should have general application to any country in the western trading world. All such countries have antidumping and safeguard provisions patterned along the general guidelines in Articles VI and XIX of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GAIT). Any country which does not provide protection against predatory pricing through a general antitrust law might resort to a revised antidumping law aimed only at predatory dumping.
John J. Barceló III,
The Antidumping Law: Repeal It or Revise It,
Mich. J. Int'l L.
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