Part II of this article will diagnose the phenomenon of diversion in the context of antidumping law. Parts III and IV will address the present approaches towards diversion in the United States and the European Communities respectively. Part V will briefly compare the Australian and Canadian approaches. Part VI will evaluate the assorted propositions made in the Uruguay Round. Part VII will probe the GATT Panel report on the EC's parts amendment and its possible repercussions for the anti-diversion debate in GATT. Part VIII will provide conclusions and suggest possible improvements.
Edwin Vermulst & Paul Waer,
Anti-Diversion Rules in Antidumping Procedures: Interface or Short-Circuit for the Management of Interdependence?,
Mich. J. Int'l L.
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