For years American companies have taken advantage of an obscure statute the antidumping law to punish foreign firms that give American consumers a bargain. This exposes the hypocrisy and shortcomings of these practices that politically-powerful special interests enjoy. Antidumping provides an elaborate excuse for oldfashioned protectionism. Now dozens of other countries have implemented their own antidumping laws, not always favourable to the USA.
Presently, the U.S. stands alone in opposing meaningful reform-an untenable position. In this book, the authors explain how these insidious rules have endured, and why and how to promote a successful antidumping reform strategy.